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Microsoft Free Movie Weekend returns with ‘Justice League: Doom’
1 year ago

Microsoft Free Movie Weekend returns with ‘Justice League: Doom’

Taking some time away from The en to work on some corporate projects this week also left me with a little free time to barrel through my media watchlist like a Batmobile down a city block. At least, for the weekend you don’t have to imagine what that looks like. Microsoft Free Movie Weekend for Xbox and more is back. This time, the folks in Redmond are dropping big discounts on super-hero related media and letting anyone rent Justice League: Doom free.
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Microsoft Movies & TV Free Movie Weekend is back with ‘Iron Man’
1 year ago

Microsoft Movies & TV Free Movie Weekend is back with ‘Iron Man’

Microsoft Movies & TV Free Movie Weekend is back with a completely free rental of Iron Man: Rise of Technovore.
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Windows & Xbox Free Movie Weekend is back with free ‘Forbidden Empire’
2 years ago

Windows & Xbox Free Movie Weekend is back with free ‘Forbidden Empire’

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Forbidden from purchasing or renting a movie this weekend on your Xbox One, Xbox 360 or Windows device? Fret not humble device owner. Windows & Xbox Free Movie Weekend has returned to save you from your weekend stint of boredom. The company is allowing anyone with a Microsoft Account to rent Forbidden Empire free of charge.
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Today on Xbox Live: ‘Fable Legends’ & ‘Gigantic’ beta tests
2 years ago

Today on Xbox Live: ‘Fable Legends’ & ‘Gigantic’ beta tests

“Play the betas, save the world.” It doesn’t have as nice a ring to it as that nonsense Heroes made famous talking about a cheerleader, but it’s true. Testing games before they’re available is a public service. This week, Microsoft’s Xbox One entertainment console has two different betas going according to reports, Fable Legends & Gigantic. If you’re in those betas, let the testing begin.
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Today on Xbox Live: Help kids & game with Extra Life
3 years ago

Today on Xbox Live: Help kids & game with Extra Life

I’ve always found it hard to imagine what life is like in other people’s shoes. Do the people that I consider normal do the same things that I do? Do they look at technology the same way? Do they see they see beyond the controller and wires of a gaming console and imagine what it can do? I’ll never understand those people, but there is a group of gamers who does. Each year they work hard for weeks lining up sponsors and play spaces and donations so that they can play games for hours and donate all the money to children’s charities. The initiative is called Extra Life and as of this moment hundreds of those people are streaming their game sessions online through Twitch.
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