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Phil Spencer on the shutdown of Mixer: “I don’t have regrets”

“I think it's fundamental to us that we're not afraid of trying things that might not work”

Missed Kinections: in loving memory of the Xbox Kinect

Microsoft’s defunct motion-controlled system might be gone, but it’s not forgotten

The lure of linear, bite-sized gaming

Linear games might offer less value for money than open-world games, but what happened to quality over quantity?

Footage from cancelled ‘Lord Of The Rings’ game emerges

The demos were intended to pitch a video game based around 'The Hobbit'

Microsoft is closing down Mixer: “We started pretty far behind”

“We look forward to meeting new and even bigger communities”

Point and shoot: why photo mode is one of the greatest things to come out of current-gen gaming

For amateurs, this handy tool can turn literally anyone into the next greatest landscape photographer from the comfort of their own home

EA Play Live 2020 Recap: new trailers, gameplay and everything you may have missed

Clear your schedule for one of the biggest game showcases ever

Next-gen consoles: will they make or break backwards compatibility?

Very soon, access to your games could be less about the consoles you own and more about the subscription services you pay for

“Silence is the best sound of all”: the case for mute protagonists in video games

The mute protagonist might be an old gaming cliché, but some of us still love the strong-and-silent type

How serious simulator games made their way into the mainstream

Or, the story of how a truck simulator has educated a non-driver purpose of all-wheel drive and locking differentials
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