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Old 03-18-24, 04:20 PM
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A new Xbox development kit has been certified in South Korea:

New Xbox Development Kit Was Certified Today in South Korea
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Re: Xbox Series X - 11/10/20

$0.99 & Backward compatible. SOLD!


https://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/sto...y/BZ46NPQNX334

"Age of Booty will no longer be available on the Xbox Games Store as of March 28," a
from Capcom reads. "Those that purchase the game before then will still be able to play it after this date." No reason has been given for the delisting.

Age of Booty is a digital-only title, so once it's removed from the Xbox store, it will likely be gone for good. Thankfully, the real-time strategy game is currently on sale for just $0.99 / £0.67 / €0.95, so it's not going to break the bank if you do want the chance to play it in the future.

https://www.trueachievements.com/new...0-age-of-booty
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Old 03-26-24, 04:43 PM
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Re: Xbox Series X - 11/10/20

Phil Spencer wants Epic Games Store and others on Xbox consoles - Polygon


Phil Spencer doesn’t just want Xbox games on other consoles. He wants other video game retailers on Xbox, too.

In an interview with Microsoft’s CEO of Gaming during the annual Game Developers Conference, Spencer told Polygon about the ways he’d like to break down the walled gardens that have historically limited players to making purchases through the first-party stores tied to each console. Or, in layperson terms, why you should be able to buy games from other stores on Xbox — not just the official storefront.

Spencer mentioned his frustrations with closed ecosystems, so we asked for clarity. Could he really see a future where stores like Itch.io and Epic Games Store existed on Xbox? Was it just a matter of figuring out mountains of paperwork to get there?

“Yes,” said Spencer. “[Consider] our history as the Windows company. Nobody would blink twice if I said, ‘Hey, when you’re using a PC, you get to decide the type of experience you have [by picking where to buy games]. There’s real value in that.” Spencer believes console players would benefit from that freedom too — and so would console makers like Microsoft.
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Phil Spencer has been the head of Xbox for ten years:

Phil Spencer Has Now Been Head of Xbox for 10 Years

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