Microsoft wants to keep older games in circulation
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Emulation will do the trick

Microsoft's vice president of gaming, Phil Spencer, wants the gaming industry to work toward a common goal of keeping older games available to modern audiences through emulation.

Microsoft says sorry for kicking AMD off Xbox
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We should never have done it

Microsoft has said sorry to AMD for the silly decision to kick its chip off the original Xbox 20 years ago and go with Intel.

AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution coming to Xbox
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Valve also adds it to DOTA 2

It appears that AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) will be coming to Xbox consoles as it is has already been made available to preview in Xbox GDK.

AMD brings FidelityFX to Xbox Series X/S
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AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution could be coming as well

AMD has announced that the Xbox Series X/S will now feature support for its own FidelityFX suite of "hybrid visual enhancements".

Microsoft not really interested in VR for Xbox
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Not in focus

Microsoft has once again reiterated that VR support for Xbox was not a focus for the company, following reports earlier today that hinted it was working on a VR headset compatible with the Xbox Series X/S.

Microsoft releases two new Xbox consoles
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AMD inside

Software king of the world Microsoft launched two models of its Xbox gaming console, seven years after the debut of the previous version, to capture a pandemic-driven boom in consumer spending on games.

PS5 tear down proves some parts are faster than the Xbox
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Supports Wi-Fi 6

Sony's recently released PS5 teardown video  confirms that the speed of the console's Wi-Fi antenna and USB ports are faster than those available in the Xbox Series X.

Team Xecuter pair arrested
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Piracy charges

Two piracy group leaders from Team Xecuter, have been arrested and are in custody facing charges filed in a US District Court in Seattle.

Expanding Xbox Series X/S storage will be costly
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$220 for 1TB

It appears that expanding Xbox Series X/S will cost quite a penny and according to early listings, you'll have to pay $220 for 1TB of storage.

Microsoft announces Xbox Series S
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Looks like a turntable claims magazine which has never seen one

Software King of the World Microsoft has announced a smaller Xbox Series S retailing for $300, and one tech mag claims it looks like a turntable.