So the specs for Microsoft’s Project Scorpio were revealed to us yesterday and I wanted to talk about some of what we learnt and whether this machine is something I’m likely to buy or whether it’s something that I’ll let pass me by. Continue reading Project Scorpio – To buy or not to buy? That is the question
At 2pm today, Digital Foundry revealed the specs for Microsoft’s ‘mid-gen’ upgraded Xbox console, codenamed Project Scorpio. The console was announced at E3 last year, after Microsoft revealed the Xbox One S, a slim version of the Xbox One with some great new features. Is Project Scorpio the beast it has been touted as? Continue reading Project Scorpio Specs Reveal
Over the weekend, word of mouth spread suggesting that a reveal of Project Scorpio, or the new ‘premium Xbox’ will be coming at some point this week. Some have narrowed it down to this Thursday, April 6th, with a full specs reveal due. Continue reading Project Scorpio reveal to come this week?
This week, Microsoft announced a new project that will benefit gamers and tech fans across the globe. Windows Mixed Reality will allow developers to create applications that creates a hybrid between real life and the virtual world, and I can’t begin to imagine the possibilities. Continue reading Windows Mixed Reality will arrive on Project Scorpio
This week, Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox took to the Xbox Newswire to ramp up excitement and to comfort fans with words of a promising 2017. So far for the company, it’s been a rough road when compared to its competitor, and with already canceled games and a lack of new confirmed IPs on the horizon, it’s understandable for fans to feel grim. But Phil says everything will be alright, so should we believe him? Continue reading Xbox ramps up hype and expectation for 2017
For the first time in as long as I can remember, Xbox have changed the date of their live media briefing for E3 in June. Usually their first up on stage on Monday morning US time, but last night the company announced that for this year’s event, there will be a bit of a change. Continue reading Xbox changes its E3 event date
I’ve made no secret over the last few months with my dissatisfaction of the games console industry, specifically on the hardware side as well as some rather uninspired game releases. The PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio added to my frustration initially but one of the developers of Ori and the Blind Forest gave some hints at what Microsoft might be about to do and that makes me very excited, perhaps I got it wrong when I looked upon Scorpio as a wasted opportunity?
The PlayStation 4 PRO has been with us for a couple of months now and later this year Microsoft will be unleashing their own powerful Xbox Scorpio csole. Both consoles promise much improved visuals over their older brothers but both have also promised not to have exclusives only available to those who upgrade.
At E3 this year, Microsoft announced not one, but two new Xbox consoles releasing in the next 18 months. Next month sees the release of the much smaller Xbox One S, while holiday next year sees the monstrous Project Scorpio hit the market, promising to be the most powerful games console the world has ever seen. Continue reading Possible trade-up deals for Project Scorpio in the future
Microsoft want to taking console gaming to the next level, and to do that, they have officially revealed the rumoured Project Scorpio console; a beefier version of the Xbox One which will allow for true 4K gaming, but it might not be so affordable. Continue reading Microsoft officially announce Project Scorpio