Xbox One Records Your Best FIFA 14 Play Automatically Unlike The PS4

Xbox One Records Your Best FIFA 14 Play Automatically Unlike The PS4You know for sure that when the two behemoths of the video game console market, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (PS4 for short) come together, sparks are bound to fly from both sides of the divide. There will be hardcore fans supporting their respective favorite consoles, ensuring that they magnify every single flaw of the competition, while highlighting the strengths of their own. When it comes to one of the biggest soccer games to roll out each year, FIFA 14 is set to grace sales charts soon for both the Xbox One and PS4. It does seem that the Xbox One version has a slight advantage over the PS4 version, where PS4 users will have to learn to rely on the system’s automatic 15 minute recording feature, while the Xbox One version will automatically record all of your best FIFA 14 moments so that you have one less thing to worry about, now how about that?

Among the key moments in the game that the Xbox One’s FIFA 14 will record include scoring a goal and your ‘keeper making good saves, and you can always return to relive those moments from the Xbox menu. For PS4 users, you can only access and edit events from the previous 15 minutes of gameplay using a press of the DualShock 4′s share button. Knowing this, will it influence which particular next gen console that you will pick up?

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    Titanfall Headed To Xbox One, 360, PC On March 11, 2014

    Titanfall Headed To Xbox One, 360, PC On March 11, 2014

    One of the most highly-anticipated Xbox One, Xbox 360 & PC first-person shooter game has got to be Titanfall as we certainly have been smitten with all of the content we’ve seen regarding the game over the past few months. We know the game will be a serious multiplayer experience as players will run around as pilots who are able to call down giant mechs called Titans that can do some serious damage to enemies, but up until now, we didn’t know when the game would be released. Respawn Entertainment has just announced Titanfall will be released on March 11, 2014 in North America and March 13 in Europe. (more…)

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    Xbox One Headset Adapters Delayed Until 2014

    Xbox One Headset Adapters Delayed Until 2014When Microsoft announced the Xbox One, some were worried that their older Xbox 360 headsets would not be usable with the console and that they would need to buy new ones. The good news was the Microsoft announced that 360 headsets would be compatible with an adapter, although the bad news is that these adapters might be delayed until the first quarter of 2014. This is according to a press release by manufacturer Turtle Beach who confirmed that their XO FOUR and XO SEVEN headsets for the Xbox will not be available until Q1 2014 due to the delay of the Microsoft Xbox One headset adapter. (more…)

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    Xbox One Achievement Notification Spotted

    Xbox One Achievement Notification SpottedThe Xbox One from Microsoft is about to be launched near the end of next month, which means we are more or less one month away from its official release – at least in the US. Hence, it would be great if we could get our hands on all stuff that has to do with the next generation game console, right? For those of you out there who have been wondering about how the notification for unlocking an Xbox One achievement would look like, fret not. The screen capture that you see above depicts it all.

    Apparently, it does feel as though the notification itself has already shrunk in terms of size from the Xbox 360, where it will now carry a green two-tone background, which will be flashed up with the the name of the corresponding achievement as well as its Gamerscore value. Similar to the Xbox 360, Microsoft ensures that there is a sense of continuity, as players will continue to be able to find out more details concerning this recently unlocked achievement simply by pushing the Xbox button. Do you like what you see so far? A more minimalist approach definitely paves the way for a cleaner overall ‘look’, don’t you think so? Hopefully it will resonate well across gamers of the new Xbox One.

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    Dell Seemingly Confirms Xbox One Can Run Windows 8 Apps

    Dell Seemingly Confirms Xbox One Can Run Windows 8 AppsMicrosoft has been hinting for awhile that one of the features of the Xbox One would be its ability to run apps made for Windows 8, a pretty awesome feature that will transform the gaming console into a device that can do more than just game. However apart from dropping various hints, Microsoft has yet to come forward and fully confirm said feature, but it looks like their OEM partner, Dell, has decided to do that for them instead. Spotted on a pre-order page for Dell’s online store, the company has seemingly confirmed that all Windows 8 apps will be able to run on the Xbox One.

    According to the page which was for Dell’s Xbox One pre-orders, it reads, “Consider the game officially changed. With all your favorite Windows 8 apps able to be run on and synced to your Xbox One, now your phone, desktop, tablet and TV can all give you a unified web and entertainment experience.” While Dell definitely has experience in field of Windows 8 products, this is hardly an official announcement meaning that there is an off-chance that Dell could have their facts wrong. Either way hopefully Microsoft will catch wind of this soon and either confirm it themselves, or issue a statement correcting the matter, but for now what do you guys think of the Xbox One running Windows 8 apps?

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    Xbox One Won’t Launch With Real Names Option

    Xbox One Wont Launch With Real Names Option

    Microsoft had previously announced its upcoming next-generation console, the Xbox One, would launch with a feature that would allow Xbox Live users to identify each other by their real names instead of their Gamertags. If you were hoping to finally learn the real name of your pal BenDoverx, it looks like you won’t be doing so when the Xbox One launches as a Microsoft representative recently told Kotaku the company would be missing its deadline to provide the feature in time for the Xbox One launch. (more…)

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