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Microsoft’s new Xbox One is a prime example of how advanced game consoles have become. Yet as Microsoft takes gaming into the future, they’re also applying seemingly arbitrary restrictions on their games.
The Sports Fan Playground announces markdowns on various NCAA basketball apparel in time for the NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments. Detroit,
While the Xbox 360 system won’t exactly be put out to pasture for a little while, this holiday season will see the arrival of the Xbox One, which Microsoft promises will usher in a new generation of games, TV and entertainment.
SportsFanPlayground.com announced on Monday that the store will carry various forms of clothing, jewelry and beauty products for the upcoming holiday shopping season.
SportsFanPlayground.com currently has deals on various Xbox Live Gold Membership cards as well as many Xbox 360 games that have been recently released.
Video game sales this year have not exactly been setting records. In fact the year started off quite slow, with hardware sales down 38 percent.
The Xbox 360 is the second generation video game console produced by Microsoft. It was released on November 22, 2005 in the US and Canada, on December 2, 2005 in Europe, and December 10, 2005 in Japan. In the first year of the system’s release, it was sold in 36 countries; it has sold over 77 million units worldwide. Several versions of the Xbox 360 were released. The original Xbox 360 Premium 20 GB was released in November 2005 and discontinued July 13, 2008. The Xbox 360 Elite 120 GB...
The Xbox is a video game console developed by Microsoft and introduced on November 15, 2001 in North America. On February 22, 2002 it was released in Japan, and on March 14, 2002 in Australia and Europe. By May 10, 2006 over 24 million systems had been sold. The system was discontinued in Japan in 2007, and everywhere else in 2008. The Xbox was the first game console that was produced by an American company since the Atari Jaguar ceased sales in 1996. The Xbox 360 is its successor. A...
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