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  1. As some will know, I jumped into Elite: Dangerous at launch since it was part of my childhood and led me into gaming. With Windows 10 you have the ability to use the Game panel and record videos (anyone with an Xbox One will know this). I've been playing around with the facility and it seems to work pretty well. As the game is not part of Xbox Live, you can't show them in your social stream but that doesn't mean you can't post them elsewhere. I've posted a few up to youtube for your delectation. It's certainly immersive....
  2. Licensing deal could open up the flood gates to Microsoft titles on other mobile platforms We could start seeing some of Microsoft's own Xbox and Windows gaming titles come over to Android as soon as this fiscal year if rumors are to be believed. According to sources of Reuters, Microsoft is currently working on a licensing deal with Japanese developer Klab to bring its first-party games to Android (and iOS). The only details known right now are that Microsoft's "Age of the Empires" will be a free-to-play game available as part of the cross-platform expansion and that other titles will come as well. Details are a bit sparse, but the intent seems pretty clear as Microsoft works on its multi-platform strategy. Microsoft has an opportunity for some serious sales on its hands if it decides to open up more recent and popular games, regardless of what it will do to its own Windows Phone market share. Via: Android Central
  3. The Windows Phone Marketplace has a bit of a sale going on at the moment. There’s a variety of apps and games at a discounted rate, such as Rowi which we mentioned the other day. They’re at 79p which, for some of the games, is a drastic reduction. There is no word on how long this sale will last, so if you fancy them get them quick. It’s always nicer to have a few paid games so that adverts do not get in the way. Especially on my Lumia 800 where every last tiny bit of space is important. Here is the list of the discounted games… Angry Birds Burn The Rope De Blob You can find the rest on the full post over at CoolSmartPhone...