There's trouble at every turn for SuperDaE (aka Dylan Wheeler): the Aussie at the centre of the alleged theft of an Xbox Durango Development Kit before the premiere of the new console a few months ago. Now he's being accused by police of refusing to comply with police to decrypt his MacBook, but he's refuting the claims right now.
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Remember this? The console we used to call Durango was covered in black-and-white stripes? We couldn't show the pre-release machine to you then. But now you can see it, as featured on GameTrailers' Xbox One behind-the-scenes special and spotted on Twitter by @Talaviir. Maybe it was for security, maybe it was just to look cool. They do this for cars that aren't officially out, too.
As was anticipated, the new Xbox One will function as a set-top cable box, allowing users to switch between TV and gaming video by voice command. In today's Xbox One reveal, the console was shown swapping between DVD/streaming video playback, the cable input, a video game and its internet functionalities.
Skittles or Steak? I hate to admit it, but I like both. For me, it is not a choice. Nothing quite works like a steak for dinner. But, when I go to the movies, and I want to indulge, it’s Skittles for me. It is a bit embarrassing to admit. For me, it’s Skittles and Steak. I like both. You must be wondering what this has to do with games. Or why Kotaku would run my piece on candy and beef. This will take a minute, but let me explain.
So, Call of Duty just teased this vine, which means we can look forward to a lot more about Ghosts at the next Xbox's big shindig on Tuesday.