The Xbox 20th anniversary has come and gone. Here at LOGNET, we had a week-long coverage discussing our favorite Xbox moments, games, and how the platform impacted the gaming industry. Luckily, if you’ve missed the coverage you can now find them all right here.
Xbox 20th Anniversary Announcements
There were some amazing announcements during the celebration. This included the addition of over 70 backward compatible games, some of which received improvements like Auto HDR and FPS boost. Additionally, the celebration also culminated in the surprising shadow drop of the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta. In case you didn’t know how to install the free-to-play Halo Infinite, we got you covered with this handy guide. Or, if you need a refresher about how the game’s Battle Pass system will work, we also got you covered.
Was 2002 The Greatest Year In Platform History?
Among the first articles published during the Xbox 20th anniversary week looked into 2002 and the crazy first year Xbox had.
Lord’s Minute on the Xbox 20th Anniversary
LOGNET and ILP Recount Their Xbox Memories
How Halo Changed Everything
LOGNET Editor In Chief discusses how the Halo franchise changed the console gaming experience.
The Duke Was the Start of Something Beautiful
Lord David Yerion discussed how the original Xbox controller, known as The Duke, was the start of something special. It laid the foundation for future Xbox controllers.
The Launch of the Xbox 360
Editor-in-Chief Joshua Reding discussed the launch of the Xbox 360 console.
Xbox 20th Anniversary – The Impact of Xbox Live
Lord Gene discussed the impact of Xbox Live on the console gaming space.
Everything The Xbox 360 Did For Me
November’s Scribe of the Month Lord Flame tells us about his personal experience with the Xbox 360.
Xbox in the Middle East – A Desert Mirage
Assistant Editor-in-Chief Mahmood Ghaffar tells how the Xbox platform has faired in his native Middle East region.
Gears of War: A Lasting Legacy
Lord Ty tells us exactly what the Gears of War franchise means to him on a personal level.