Xbox 360 titles Civilization: Revolution and Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. Xbox’s Major Nelson today made the confirmation via Twitter. Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution and Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet are coming to Xbox One Back Compat today

Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb took to Twitter to detail seven new Xbox 360 titles that are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. Joining the list today are Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3, Dragon Age: Origins, Strania, The Splatters, Scrap

Microsoft’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb today confirmed that Microsoft Solitaire Collection is now available on iOS and Android. The free download supports Xbox Live integration and offers up the chance to earn gamerscore. Solitaire Collection does contain in-app purchases in the form

Microsoft has apologised for what some have perceived as a racial slur inside a recent Dead Rising 4 promotional email. The subject of the Christmas-themed email read,  “NNNNGGGHHHAAAA”, attempting to emulate a noise a zombie would make. The phrase upset some readers,

Microsoft is now offering Xbox Design Lab Digital Codes via the Microsoft Store, enabling custom controllers to be given as holiday gifts. For $89.98 USD, purchasers can gift a code, letting a favourite gamer design their own controller. Said controller will be

Looks like we’re not getting Lost Odyssey for free after all. Turns out, the “download an Avatar shirt, get a backwards compatible game” system was a test that wasn’t meant to be shared around the internet. Wario64, the Twitter user who made

Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra has taken to Twitter, saying he wants to implement an easier way to move bulk content between Xbox One consoles and storage drives. In an exchange with friend of the site Beau, Ybarra placed his support behind easier move

Taking to his blog today, Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb confirmed that the Xbox One Preview Program will soon be accessible to all who own the console. The program, soon to renamed the Xbox Insider Hub and made available to all, will

At PAX AUS last weekend, Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb conceded that Australian pricing is “goddamn expensive”. “This is a very complicated area. I am in no way an expert on the laws and governance in all of the different

Frequent games industry flyers are quite used to taking a console (or two) with them on the road, but not Microsoft’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb. “I used to travel with consoles all the time,” Hryb told Stevivor at PAX AUS.

Speaking with Stevivor, Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb confirmed that the Xbox Design Lab program has yet to be dated in Australia. Hryb explained that while the custom controller design program is hugely popular in the United States and Canada,

PAX AUS has come and gone, but its panels remain captured for posterity. What better panel to start showcasing but keynote speaker Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb? Below is his event-opening panel, titled “Storytime with Major Nelson”: [arve url=” What was

Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb joined Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright over PAX AUS this weekend to discuss our fair country, Xbox, Achievements and even the upcoming American election. No, really. Have a listen! This special edition of the

Major Nelson today advised that gamers can download a digital Xbox Onesie for their Xbox Live Avatars. Hit the following links up for the Onesie of your choice: Xbox Onesie – Women (Black) Xbox Onesie – Women (White) Xbox Onesie

Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb today announced that three more Xbox 360 titles are now backwards compatible with Xbox One. The Orange Box, Joe Danger 2: The Movie & Galaga Legions are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today

Microsoft’s about to stream a live Gears of War 4 event, and we’ve got it for you to watch right here. Join Major Nelson and a host of celebrities and gamers as they celebrate the upcoming launch of the title. The