I wasn’t aware modern games enabled the microphone by default, and held a little concert for an unwilling online audience.
Nintendo is discontinuing support for games for the Nintendo Wii, and I fume over vendor lock-ins and other consumer-hostile practices in the game industry.
Game release dates are a hot search topic. Online gaming outlets rush to produce the best garbage result to fill the niche.
Drivatars are a light-AI ghost colon of your friends, and they want to race you in Forze.
Windows has long had a My Games folder, but many games insist on saving your game-progress to My Documents instead.
EA’s Origin game client puts customer’s security and privacy at risk. Fails to encrypt login data and direct messages exchanged between users.
More games are being released episodically. However, the Xbox Store won’t keep you up to date on new game episode releases to series you’ve previously purchased.
I’ve been burned one too many times over launch-day issues and poor quality control on new game titles. I’m a paying customer and not a beta tester!
There weren’t really any games released for the Xbox One Kinect, and Microsoft is slowly killing it off.
I’d connected my DualShock 4 controller to my PC, but ended up making an accidental purchase from the PlayStation Store while gaming on the PC.
OnePlay’s website is available over IPv6 through Cloudflare. However, its backend servers blocked my purchases as they weren’t IPv6 ready.
Why can’t I play my Windows PC games cross-platform on the Xbox One?