Similar to the Playstation 3’s Bluetooth headset, the Xbox 360 Wireless Headset w/ Bluetooth will allow you to chat over your Xbox or on the phone wirelessly, however, unlike the Playstation’s Bluetooth headset, the key feature in Xbox’s new Headset is it’s ability to be connected to your phone and your Xbox at the same time, taking multi-tasking to a new level. From the product description;
“With this all-in-one device, gamers can go from chatting with their friends on Xbox LIVE to talking on a Bluetooth® enabled mobile phone without changing headsets. The device is compatible with Bluetooth® devices such as mobile phones and PCs in addition to being able to connect to Xbox 360 through the console’s standard radio frequencies.”
To do this is a simple flick of a switch which will change the headset mode from Xbox to Bluetooth without having to disconnect from the device to switch over. The headset comes with a wide range of features as well, including Bluetooth 3.0 and Noise Cancellation. The battery is said to last up to 8 hours in-use or 300 hours on standby in a single charge.read more
THQ has announced that Warhammer 40K Kill Team Action Shooter has released on Xbox Live Arcade for 800 points.
Once again you are called to take command of the Emperors army in THQ’s new third person arcade shooter. Warhammer 40K Kill Team puts you in command of up to four classes; the Sternguard Veteran, Techmarine, Vanguard Veteran and Librarian. In an attempt to destroy a giant Ork Kroozer en-route to an Imperial Forge World.read more
Rumors are flying around that Microsoft may actually be working on 3D for the current Xbox 360. With the immense growth of 3D in the movie industry and new 3D televisions being released it was only inevitable that a full blown console would jump onto the bandwagon.read more
It makes sense the Microsoft wants to milk the Halo series for all it’s worth. Since the launch of the Xbox, the series has been it’s flagship. Each game a bigger success than the previous, spawning numerous extraneous material such as books and animated movies. It’s not surprise then that Microsoft isn’t welling to let the series die with Reach. What I wasn’t counting on at this E3 though, was Microsoft announcing not one, but two, new games. Halo 4, and a reboot of Halo 1, Halo Anniversary.read more
At E3 today, LionHead Studios’ Peter Molyneux revealed the next Fable, titled Fable: The Journey as a Kinect title. They played a demo onscreen, showing the person controlling the game. He was able to control the view by moving his head, cast spells using his hands, and in a carriage chase scene control the reins on the horses separately in each hand. Read on…read more