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Last winter I took a few weeks off from regular posting to write the Xbox One Timeline. I shared a link in a few different social networking sites. I awoke the next day to find that many of you loved it. Well, you probably know my modus operandi by now. If you guys love something, I’m bound to go and do it again. Last night I pushed out a major update to The en. That update included One Community Hub, an updated version of the Xbox One Timeline from last year.
I’m a big fan of Microsoft Free Movie Weekend, mainly because the promotion offers me the opportunity to enjoy at least one rental each month that I would have never gotten around to purchasing. This weekend, Microsoft Free Movie Weekend is back, only this time it’s bringing free rentals of Hyena Road along with it.
Say that the Xbox One is too big. Say that the Xbox 360 was too unreliable early on. What you can’t say is that Xbox LIVE, the service that powers the online gaming and media experience for millions of users across the world, wasn’t a game changer when it debuted with the first-generation Xbox.
Video game demos have long been a thing of the past, but here comes Microsoft’s with its free game weekends for Xbox Live Gold users. Fresh off the heels of free EA Access and NBA 2K16, Microsoft is letting every Xbox One owner with an Xbox Live Gold subscription try Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege this weekend.
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