Tag: Hands On

  • Hands On Seagate SSD 1TB Storage Card Is A Great Expansion For Xbox Series X

    Faster than fast, quicker than quick

    After spending 24 hours with the Seagate SSD Expansion Storage Card, it's clear it was built with the Xbox Series X|S in mind. It's speedy, accessible and adorable with its minute size, making for an excellent choice for anyone who is already clutching for space on their next-gen system. Immediately off the bat...

  • Hands On Project xCloud Works Almost Impossibly Well

    'There are moments where this feels like a native handheld experience'

    I’ve spent the last few days playing Halo without an Xbox in sight. Microsoft have taken Game Pass Ultimate, a service that was already rolling in value, and have unquestionably made it the greatest deal in gaming with Project xCloud. Not only do you get access to hundreds of...

  • Hands On Xbox One

    Up close and personal.

    At a small building in London’s Waterloo area on a bright and sunny Wednesday, Microsoft decided to give the UK press their first taste of the Xbox One. Spread across three floors, the event showcased Kinect, Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Ryse: Son of Rome, Killer Instinct,

  • Hands On Xbox One Controller

    Stunning.

    At a small building in London’s Waterloo area on a bright and sunny Wednesday, Microsoft decided to give the UK press their first taste of the Xbox One. Spread across three floors, the event showcased Kinect, Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Ryse: Son of Rome, Killer Instinct,

  • Hands On Kinect for Xbox One

    Believe in it.

    At a small building in London’s Waterloo area on a bright and sunny Wednesday, Microsoft decided to give the UK press their first taste of the Xbox One. Spread across three floors, the event showcased Kinect, Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Ryse: Son of Rome, Killer Instinct,

  • Hands On Kinect Sports Season Two

    We visit Rare's UK HQ to experience what could be this Christmas' biggest Kinect title

    Given the incredible commercial and critical response to the original Kinect Sports, it was inevitable that a sequel of some description would occur. What was slightly less predictable was the news that the legendary British code house Rare would be co-developing...