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Xbox Live Goes Down, And The World Goes Crazy!

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Server Issues Frustrate Xbox One And Xbox 360 Gamers Server issues have been frustrating Xbox Live users on their XB1 and X360 gaming consoles, with Microsoft confirming that both the online network and Xbox.com are currently experiencing major issues. For the first time in long time, Xbox Live becomes like PSN and goes down yesterday evening, causing a world-wide outrage across the gaming sites, as Microsoft still didn’t fix the issues after 8 long hours, and even today almost 24 hours later there is still issues with digital licenses, making you need to recertify your downloaded games before they allow you to play them.

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Nintendo Partners with Facebook for Super Mario Maker

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Facebook Employees to Design a Level That Will Become Available After Launch To celebrate the upcoming launch of the Super Mario Maker game for the Wii U console, Nintendo is hosting a special ‘hackathon’ event at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park on July 28 and July 29. Each year Facebook does a ‘hackathon’ event, and this Nintendo is bringing some Wii U consoles to the event along with their famous Mario, and he going to sit down with a number of Facebook employees as they go ahead and design a whole new level for the new Super Mario Maker game which is due to be released soon for the Nintendo Wii U console, and will finally allow fans of big ‘N’ to design their very own Mario games, make the levels as easy as they want or maybe more badass then Flappy Bird was

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Your mouse will soon work with your Xbox One

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Beneath that shiny exterior, the XB1 is basically, a glorified gaming PC in a slightly smaller frame As such, wouldn’t it be great if you could play RTS games on the machine with your keyboard and mouse? And if Microsoft’s Phil Spencer is to be believed, the full support is coming in the near future! At the rate it is going by end of this year, your Xbox One console will basically be an Windows 10 set-top-box that you can’t upgrade any of the parts inside, a gaming and semi-PC rig at only $349 running Windows 10 along with a keyboard/mouse and hooks up to your TV

Xbox 360 Disc-Scratching Class-Action Lawsuit

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Microsoft may be on the verge of a class-action lawsuit following a recurring claim that an Xbox 360 As Arstechnica reports, a decision was made by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday that says Microsoft should either face litigation regarding the claims or face a Supreme Court showdown. The Xbox 360 since the early days had issues with putting big deep cuts into your game discs, and Microsoft has always said it because you don’t know what you doing, like turning the console from upright to flat while the disc is spinning or jumping around the room with the console moving, or you just not treating your 360 right or your discs, its all your fault the consumer, but this might finally come to crashing halt, as judge has recently made some statements that might leave Microsoft wide open for another major class-action lawsuit after all these years regarding the Xbox 360 disc-scratching issues and the over 50k of reports from very upset Microsoft Xbox gamers

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Activision CEO Open To Call Of Duty Remasters

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From World at War to the original Modern Warfare, remasters could soon be coming to your XB1 and PS4 Game remasters are a dime a dozen in the industry of late, offering publishers a second revenue boon, and new-fangled consumers to try out older titles, that may have passed them by first time around. Xbox One might soon have ‘backwards’ compatible games from the Xbox 360 days, but that does not mean publishers like Activision will be willing to just allow you to slip in an old Xbox 360 version of their Call of Duty games, and besides alot of those older Call of Duty titles the online servers are long gone, so there is chatter on the ‘net that Activision just might be willing to update alot of the old CoD classics like ‘World at War’ for our new current-gen consoles the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so today’s gamers can relive the glory.