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  • Microsoft working on game streaming device for displays, Xbox Game Pass coming to Smart TVs

    Microsoft working on game streaming device for displays, Xbox Game Pass coming to Smart TVs

    In the last few months, Microsoft has been working hard to push its games services to a wider audience. One of the company's biggest move is the Xbox Game Pass, which is meant to allow games streaming on other devices. Now, it's confirmed that Smart TVs are next.

  • Gigabyte unveiled the AORUS 4K gaming monitors in Malaysia from RM3599

    Gigabyte unveiled the AORUS 4K gaming monitors in Malaysia from RM3599

    Gigabyte Malaysia has officially announced that they have unveiled the AORUS 4K gaming monitor geared toward console gamers starting from the price of RM3599. The AORUS 4K will be available in 32-inch43-inch, as well as 48-inch variant for you to choose from depending on what you prefer.

  • Microsoft promotes its next-gen console with Xbox Series X refrigerators

    Microsoft promotes its next-gen console with Xbox Series X refrigerators

    Many of us consider corporations as these faceless organisations that are just out for the money. It's hard to tell if that's completely true these days though, with some of them embracing the modern-day fun. Specifically, we're talking about how Microsoft has been marketing its Xbox brand lately with memes and popular sub-cultures.

  • GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC has officially announced Big Screen Gaming on their Facebook page, where you can play console games at their cinemas starting from today onwards from the price of RM188. As of now, there are only 4 locations where the service is being offered such as the Queensbay Mall, Ipoh Parade, AEON Bandaraya Melaka, as well as the Paradigm Mall Johor.

  • New leak suggests that Xbox Lockhart could be real after all

    New leak suggests that Xbox Lockhart could be real after all

    Rumours of a smaller next-gen console from Microsoft has been around for some time. Allegedly, the console bearing the codename 'Lockhart' was said to be a less powerful variant of the Xbox Series X that lacks the Blu-ray drive. Earlier today, a new hint of the console's existence was leaked online.

  • Minecraft Dungeons is now available on the Microsoft Store from RM78

    Minecraft Dungeons is now available on the Microsoft Store from RM78

    Minecraft Dungeons, which is a top-down Action RPG Dungeon Crawler by Mojang, Xbox Games Studio, and Double Eleven is now officially on the Microsoft Store starting from the price of RM78. There’s also the Minecraft Dungeons Hero Edition where you can get additional content such as a Hero Cape, two player skins, a chicken pet, as well as downloadable content as soon as they are available at RM116. 

  • Sony PS5 could be priced at around ~RM1770 which is cheaper than the upcoming Xbox

    Sony PS5 could be priced at around ~RM1770 which is cheaper than the upcoming Xbox

    Based on a statement by former senior director Albert Penello, it seems that the upcoming Sony Playstation 5 is expected to be priced at around USD399(~RM1770) at launch. The aforementioned console is much cheaper compared to the upcoming Microsoft Xbox console, which will most likely be priced at RM499.

  • Microsoft Xbox Series X full specs revealed, 8-core 3.8GHz CPU and 12 TFLOPS GPU confirmed

    Microsoft Xbox Series X full specs revealed, 8-core 3.8GHz CPU and 12 TFLOPS GPU confirmed

    Weeks after Microsoft first announced its next-gen Xbox Series X console, we finally get confirmation on most of its specs. As mentioned by Xbox chief Phil Spencer in February 2020, the new console will come with 12 TFLOPS of GPU compute power, making it twice as powerful as the Xbox One X. A few of the key features were also confirmed.

  • Microsoft will reward you up to ~RM81960 for discovering security flaws on Xbox Live

    Microsoft will reward you up to ~RM81960 for discovering security flaws on Xbox Live

    Sometimes you’ll get annoyed by the bugs that appear on whatever program that you’re using, but have you ever thought of finding these bugs can actually make you a lot of money? With the future release of Xbox Series XMicrosoft is trying to improve Xbox Live as well to accompany their powerful gaming console. Therefore, the company is launching a new program that rewards anyone up to 20000 USD (~RM 81960) or more for discovering security vulnerabilities in the Xbox Live network and service.

  • Microsoft shows off Xbox Console Streaming service, lets users remotely play on smartphone or tablet

    Microsoft shows off Xbox Console Streaming service, lets users remotely play on smartphone or tablet

    Games streaming is likely going to be a big thing this decade. Sony PlayStation has been doing it with Remote Play and PlayStation Now for a while, but other companies are trying to catch up. For Microsoft, there's the Xbox Console Streaming that was introduced in October 2019. Essentially, it's a new function that will allow those who own an Xbox One to play any games they own on their Android smartphone or tablet.