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Microsoft are taking the Xbox 360 to Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and London, ahead of the console's worldwide launch.
Plug your Xbox 360 controller into your PC. Plug your Xbox 360 controller for Windows into your Xbox 360. The possibilities are endless!
The logistics of launch, big titles, allocation problems, the PS3, Xbox Live - Allard spells it out.
Microsoft held its X05 event in Amsterdam this week. We have the pictures - included modded Xbox 360s, as well as new screenshots from Gears of War, Project Gotham 3, Perfect Dark Zero and FIFA 06.
Microsoft has been talking about the games that are due for release in December, out at its showcase event in Amsterdam.
Robbie Bach has been speaking to Famitsu magazine in Japan about the potential for Xbox Live.
Microsoft exec goes on the record to mention that the 360 will get a cost slash each year to remain competitive. Sony shuffles, twitches.
Release dates are announced ahead of the Tokyo Games Show. We have the skinny.
Silver included with the console, Gold gives you extras. It's pretty cheap, and you don't need a credit card, either.
So says Chris Satchell, one of the Xbox 360 engineers in charge of security. Read up on his thoughts on security and hacking.
Lots of 360 goodies, including a J Allard interview, some Games Convention coverage and a leaked brochure for the 360.
John Carmack gave his first QuakeCon keynote for three years on Saturday. Check out his thoughts on the future of PC gaming, and how easy the X360 is to programme for.
Peripheral makers for the Xbox 360 will have to pay a levy to Microsoft to allow console compatibility. How will this affect gamers?
A PS3 shot of the game appears to have hit the net. We have all the info inside. Isn't it pretty?
Bill Gates confirms that there might be further revisions of the 360 that support HD-DVD.
The Xbox 360 is going to cost $299 at launch, according to analysts. Expect Europe to get done over, again.
The head of the Microsoft Xbox 360 team talks about pricepoint, Halo, and the awesomeness of wireless controllers.
ATI talks to us about the technology behind the Xbox 360, and reveals some interesting facts about the architecture and its comparisons to existing PC cards.
Anandtech has some decent pictures of the Xbox 360 controller, as well as a look at the actual hardware and chassis design. Xbox Live also gets a hands-on evaluation.
Xbox games will need to be 'recompiled' for the 360. E3 demos of the unit appear to still be using the Apple G5 development kits.
With NDAs expiring and MTVs blaring, the world's media have gone berserk with coverage of Microsoft's Xbox 360 launch.
In today's column, I examine how the technology behind the newly-announced Xbox 360 - the processor, graphics unit and system architecture - could have an impact on the PCs that we enthusiasts see on our desktops over the next couple of years.
Engadget has the first spy pictures of the 360, taken at a Microsoft event.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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