Xbox One is coming to 29 new markets, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, announced Tuesday. “I have said many times before that it has never been a better time to be an Xbox One gamer,” Spencer writes in a blog post. “And with the upcoming launches of highly-anticipated games like ‘Destiny,’ ‘Forza Horizon 2’ and ‘FIFA 15’ this month, gamers around the world will be able to play a few of the first titles from the incredible holiday lineup coming to Xbox One.”
Harmonix’ popular dance music comes to Xbox One with “Dance Central Spotlight,” featuring 10 thumping hits, including “Wake Me Up,” by Avicii; “I Wish,” by Cher Lloyd, “Happy,” by Pharrell Williams and “Diamonds,” by Rihanna.
Ray has a bizarre accident and wakes up with a giant, pink spaghetti arm sticking out of his brain. (Yes, you read that right.) Ray can suddenly change the world with stickers (you read that right, too), and transform his paper world by tearing it, folding and using the crazy stickers he finds to solve mind-boggling puzzles.
New features and updates for Xbox One, including new ways to bring your personal media to your Xbox, updates to the party system, more ways to interact with your Xbox, and new social features for Xbox SmartGlass, are now rolling out to all Xbox One users.
The Kinect sensor, for $149.99, will also come with “Dance Central Spotlight,” the latest in the series from developer Harmonix, which will be available as a digital download and features 10 hot tracks.