If you really think about it, all video games—dazzling feats of technical mastery assembled over the course of countless man hours—are priceless. But if you think about it even harder, you probably still won’t want to pay $139.95 for a single episode of the soon-to-be-delisted Minecraft: Story Mode.
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Last month Huawei laptops disappeared from the Australian and U.S. Microsoft stores without an official explanation.
In fact, the company remained completely quiet regarding the removal.
What was clear was that it was a reaction to Donald Trump's executive order that banned U.S. companies from supplying equipment to overseas companies that had been declared a national security risk.
Well, now they've reappeared. And Microsoft has finally broken its silence.
I’ve been a casual player of both Minecraft and of the augmented reality game Pokémon Go, so when Minecraft Earth was announced as an augmented reality version of Minecraft, I was curious. There’s a lot to Minecraft, so I was sceptical that the entire game could be scaled to a touchscreen experience on your phone.
After playing a demo today at E3, I can tell that the game is going to ruin my life. You can scale everything about Minecraft into a phone-sized game, and it’s a marvel.
The current Elite is already the best controller (a lot of) money can buy, but Microsoft is showing off a new and improved version at E3, which you can get a closer look at in this video.
For both Lego and Forza fans, one of the coolest things on stage during yesterday’s Microsoft E3 2019 press conference was a full-scale Lego brick McLaren Senna, punctuating the announcement of Forza Horizon 4's Lego Speed Champions expansion. It’s made of more than 400,000 Lego bricks, along with some real car bits.
Microsoft finally showed off some footage for Halo Infinite—a weighty name for the sixth major game in the 18-year-old franchise. Halo Infinite will launch on Xbox’s newly-announced Project Scarlett console spring, 2020.