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Last year Don Mattrick's asserted that "If you're backwards compatible, you're really backwards." I guess Microsoft wants to be backwards now.
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Goat Simulator is real dumb, but real fun.
Microsoft's second-screen technology receives an update to allow DVR compatibility and some minor game improvements.
Google is showing off a Pokemon augmented reality game in its latest April Fool's Day prank.
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