You Will Soon Be Able to Access Xbox Live From Your Nintendo Switch

Microsoft is planning to bring Xbox Live to other platforms including the Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.  In the near future, the tech giant plans to release a development kit (SDK) that will allow developers to add Xbox Live into a variety of games and systems.  Microsoft teased this expansion of Xbox Live in aContinue reading “You Will Soon Be Able to Access Xbox Live From Your Nintendo Switch”

New Xbox Live Features Announced

Microsoft announced today that they would be adding new features to the ever expanding Xbox Live service. The new services include: Xbox Clubs – Places to socially gather with friends to chat and share gameplay. Connectivity with Apple, Windows, and Android devices. Region Independent Language Setting – Allows you to set your perfected language toContinue reading “New Xbox Live Features Announced”

One Million Xbox Live Gamertags Go Free Today

Plenty of users have signed on for Xbox Live gamer tags over the past several years. It’s a common problem with these systems, finding a name that suits you. MMO players know this struggle all too well; making the perfect character after hours of editing, only to find that the desired name is unavailable. AContinue reading “One Million Xbox Live Gamertags Go Free Today”

Microsoft Invites Sony to Unite PSN with Xbox Live, Sony is Unsure

On Monday, Microsoft announced that they will natively support cross-platform play between Xbox One, Windows 10 and any other online gaming networks. This, of course, includes Playstation Network. This could potentially put an end to “console wars” and solve the segregation problem between the two online multiplayer network juggernauts. Sony responded a day later toContinue reading “Microsoft Invites Sony to Unite PSN with Xbox Live, Sony is Unsure”

The Online Gaming Community is Toxic

Now, before you freak out, this is not referring to the gaming community in general; in fact, the majority of the gaming community is absolutely delightful. What this is referring to though is the toxicity and disgusting practices that go on while playing games with other players through online services on home consoles. Much of thisContinue reading “The Online Gaming Community is Toxic”

EA Access Service to be Free for Xbox Live Gold Members Next Week

From January 19 to January 24, Xbox Live Gold subscribers who own an Xbox One will be able to try out Electronic Arts’ EA Access service for free. The trial will offer 14 free games to play, one of the most interesting ones being Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. All characters unlocked in the original will carryContinue reading “EA Access Service to be Free for Xbox Live Gold Members Next Week”

Xbox One’s Countdown Sale Has Insane Deals for the Holidays

If you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, be sure to log in sometime within the next week for some great deals on some incredible games.  The Countdown sale, which runs from December 22nd to December 31st, features huge discounts up to 85% off of the original price.  If you missed out on some of theContinue reading “Xbox One’s Countdown Sale Has Insane Deals for the Holidays”

‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ Demo Available on Xbox Live

Microsoft has released a demo for the Xbox One version of its holiday title Rise of the Tomb Raider. We here at Gamer Professionals previously reviewed Rise of the Tomb Raider and gave it a 9 out of 10. Rise of the Tomb Raider is a timed-exclusive for Microsoft and released on both the Xbox One and theContinue reading “‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ Demo Available on Xbox Live”