Xbox One Launching in November, New Halo Soon to Follow

Xbox One

Microsoft announced at its E3 press conference that the Xbox One will cost $499 in the U.S. and launch this November.  The successor to the Xbox 360 gaming console, the Xbox One takes a different approach, seeking to be more than a simple game system that happens to have some media capabilities.  Indeed, the Xbox One may become the center of everyone’s entertainment center. Read more »

Kinect for PC?

GamePrix, a Korean game development company has brought up the possibility of Kinect for PCs in an official form. Their latest game, Divine Souls, will support Kinect. The representative who spoke at their conference today, Jason Lim, said that Kinect will soon be available as a PC controller. While OTN along with other blogs are still quite skeptical, you’ve got to admit that this is a possibility, and an awesome one at that. We’ll keep you updated just in case Microsoft suddenly announces Kinect for Windows or something. Read more »