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Phil Spencer Cherry Picks Two Indies From The Xbox E3 Showcase He's Excited For

So many games were thrown at us during Xbox's E3 Showcase yesterday that one or two may have slipped past you. It was an action-packed conference with very little room to breathe as games came thick and fast. Luckily, Xbox head Phil Spencer is here to highlight two of the smaller titles during the showcase that you should definitely keep an eye out for.
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Phil Spencer ‘All In’ on Xbox

Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently spoke with Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella about the future of gaming within the company. It was an interesting conversation on games, services, and the much-anticipated Xbox Cloud Gaming. Xbox has produced a video on Xbox Wired and the company’s official YouTube channel in...
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Xbox head Phil Spencer criticizes Sony for forcing PC players to pay twice for games

It’s a great time to be a PC gamer as more and more companies start to realize how big of an audience it really is. Microsoft started to focus more on the PC platform a while ago as many games that launch on the Xbox consoles also release on PC at the same time. But Xbox head Phil Spencer recently criticized Sony's PC release strategy for effectively charging PC players twice.
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Xbox head Phil Spencer takes shot at Sony’s PC strategy

Phil Spencer has, in a rare occurrence, compared Xbox’s strategy with that of Sony’s. Xbox has significantly changed its approach to platform and content over the course of a few short years. Under Phil Spencer‘s leadership, Xbox went from losing to Sony’s PlayStation, to changing the game completely that this comparison no longer matters.
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Phil Spencer: "We’re the only platform shipping games on PC, cloud and console simultaneously"

Xbox boss Phil Spencer blasted PlayStation's PC strategy in a media briefing earlier this week, accusing Sony of double-dipping with its exclusives. In recent years, Xbox has made a pretty successful pivot to treating PC as a first-party platform. Most, if not all, first-party games hit the Windows 10 store alongside their console release, with the horrors of Games For Windows Live now a distant memory.
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Phil Spencer Criticizes Sony’s Lack Of PC Support

Microsoft made some big news several years ago when they announced that all of their Xbox first-party exclusive titles to release for their console would come out to the PC platform as well. It was an attempt to bridge the gap between PC gamers and console gamers. Meanwhile, this eliminated the need for PC gamers to purchase a console just to play some of those Microsoft exclusive titles.
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Satya Nadella and Phil Spencer on Why Microsoft is “All In” on Gaming

Ahead of the first-ever Xbox & Bethesda Showcase on Sunday, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer hosted a series of conversations with Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, and members of Microsoft’s Gaming Leadership team on the future of gaming at Microsoft. We’ve shared some highlights from the day in another article, but we also wanted to share one of the day’s biggest moments on its own.
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Xbox boss Phil Spencer issues thinly-veiled dig at Sony's PC strategy

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has issued a thinly-veiled dig at Sony over its PC strategy. Speaking at part of a pre-E3, "What's Next for Gaming" virtual briefing shown to press this week, Spencer took aim at Sony's strategy of releasing its PlayStation-exclusives on PC years after they come out on console.
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Phil Spencer Smoothly Takes a Jab at PlayStation’s PC Strategy

Several icons of game company Microsoft have recently shared some insight about its ambition to reach billions of gamers worldwide and one of them is Xbox Boss Phil Spencer. He then smoothly and quietly makes a “small” comment about a certain company’s PC port strategy. We all know that it’s...