Gaming Timeline

The Original Kinect Reaches End Of Life For Windows In 2015

Original Kinect End of Life

The original Kinect which debuted with the Xbox 360 a scant four years ago, will reach its end of life in 2015. The v2 sensor which ships with the new Xbox One is receiving the full attention of Microsoft MSDN developers leaving the aging (in computer years) original Kinect behind for Windows developers. According to… Read more »

New Video Game Releases For The Week Of January 4, 2015

New Video Game Releases January 4 Funk of the Titans

The new year of 2015 does not exactly start off with a bang. The new video game releases for the week of January 4, 2015 are of a better caliber than the previous week’s, which you can view on theInquisitr’s weekly column here. Looking at the new video games for the week, the PC still… Read more »

Xbox Live January Free Games Lineup Announced

Xbox Live lineup announced

The Xbox Live free video games for the month of January have officially been announced, and at least one of the offerings on Xbox Live appears to be directly tied to an impending release. Much like Sony, Microsoft is attempting to pick up the pieces from the attacks from Lizard Squad over the Holidays. While… Read more »

Playstation 4 Brings The Hype With 15 For ’15 Video

Playstation 4 Brings the Hype with new video

Sony is hyping the Playstation 4 with a brand new video titled “15 for ’15.” The video shows off a number of new games that are coming either as a timed exclusive or a total exclusive this year. While the timing of the video probably has nothing to do with the problems faced by Playstation… Read more »

PS Plus Subscribers Get Extra Days For PlayStation Network Outage

PlayStation Plus

Sony announced Thursday how it is compensating PlayStation Plus subscribers for the PlayStation Network service outage that followed a Christmas Day attack and the flood of new PS4 owners. The company is adding time to the premium service to compensate for time that was lost, plus a discount on future purchases. Eric Lempel, Vice President… Read more »