Xbox Announces 'Inside Xbox', Premiering March 10th

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  1. Prans
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    Prans Geek, gamer, human

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    Announced today, Inside Xbox is a live news broadcast that will highlight announcements and a peek behind the curtain of Team Xbox. It will also give viewers a glimpse at the mysteries of game design and a celebration of some of the month’s most exciting games and features. All of this will be available streaming in 4K/UHD on supported services and platforms.

    The announcement also notes that if "you want us to celebrate your clutch 1v4 Chicken Dinner in PUBG, show off your epic treasure haul in Sea of Thieves, ask questions of our interviewees, provide feedback, or just want to sass (politely of course) our friendly hosts, drop us a line using #insidexbox on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. We may highlight your content or commentary from our dedicated community desk on the show.

    Of course, we’ll also be unlocking the “free stuff chest” with prizes and giveaways for those that participate in the conversation, including some great MixPot giveaways, so make sure you’ve got your Mixer account all squared away and connected to your Microsoft Account."

    Hosting the show will be Xbox luminaries Larry Hryb, Graeme Boyd, Jeff Rubenstein, Alex Hebert, Lydia Ellery, and more.

    For the inaugural episode, the hosts will be sitting down with Rare to discuss the incredible energy from fans surrounding Sea of Thieves, including an illuminating conversation on the core design principle that drives the game, how they’ve acted on feedback from the Closed Beta, and what fans can expect from the game at launch (as well as a tantalizing hint of new adventures to come post-launch).


    You can watch Inside Xbox in all the places you would expect, including Mixer.com/Xbox, YouTube.com/Xbox, Twitch.TV/Xbox, and Facebook.com/Xbox when it premiers on March 10.

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  2. sarkwalvein

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    Microsoft Direct?
     
  3. leon315

    leon315 POWERLIFTER

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    i want m$' xbox premium sub with a lot of games!
     
  4. MonkeyDKid

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    yeah, with "X" at the end of it.
     
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    What's next? Sony Tree House?
     
  6. FAST6191

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    To be fair there did used to be a thing MS did called inside xbox that functioned much like the stuff you see from Nintendo and was around before nintendo direct was a thing.

    https://www.engadget.com/2012/05/02/inside-xbox-ends-major-nelson-lives-on/
    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-05-09-microsoft-cancels-inside-xbox-in-europe
    https://www.engadget.com/2012/05/09/inside-xbox-also-ends-in-europe/
    It is also somewhat where the "outside xbox" site/channel came into play originally.

    Guess they chose to bury that and not say they are bringing it back.
     
  7. sarkwalvein

    sarkwalvein There's hope for a Xenosaga port.

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    So Microsoft cut off Microsoft Direct after not trying hard enough, and now they see it could actually lead to good marketing they are bringing it back?

    I don't care if they didn't want to connect it to their previous attempt, as long as they make it good I would be very happy.

    TBH, I think that is exactly what the XBOX needs, I would gladly appreciate Microsoft showing me what they're working on, how do they do it, and whatever other good and interesting PR move they do. A Microsoft Direct sounds nice.
     
  8. ov3rkill

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    in a cardboard box
    What they need is a killer game.
     
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