SmartGlass News


SmartGlass for Xbox One is three times faster than on Xbox 360

By Andrew Yoon, Sep 06, 2013 10:15am PDT

SmartGlass is totally revamped on Xbox One versus Xbox 360. Because Xbox One was "designed from the group up with SmartGlass in mind," it will be about 3.5 times faster than it was on Xbox 360.


"Yes, the Xbox Live app was renamed SmartGlass some time ago. That's what it is. "

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SmartGlass not 'popular' or 'responsive' enough for Rayman Legends

By Andrew Yoon, Jul 17, 2013 10:00am PDT

Rayman creator Michel Ancel explains why the Xbox 360 version of Legends doesn't support SmartGlass, and why the resistive Wii U GamePad screen posed its own challenges.


"smartglass most certainly does not connect via the cloud rather than local connections... that ..."

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Dead Rising 3 has SmartGlass-exclusive missions

By Andrew Yoon, Jun 22, 2013 3:30pm PDT

You'll need to play Dead Rising 3 with SmartGlass if you want to access a second character and his missions.


"It's a big time Microsoft title. That means only 360 or a later PC release."

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Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge gets second screen gameplay via Xbox SmartGlass

By Andrew Yoon, Mar 05, 2013 11:30am PST

Xbox owners will be able to better emulate the experience of playing a Wii U launch game with the upcoming release of Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge thanks to SmartGlass features.


"I imagine that lag would be a bigger limitation with smartglass. "

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Xbox SmartGlass promises Halo Waypoint, HBO Go support within a few months

By Steve Watts, Oct 24, 2012 6:00am PDT

Microsoft has detailed the games and apps that will utilize SmartGlass support within a few months of its impending launch.


"Please. This is the dumbest thing MS has done since the Kinect. I wonder when they will collapse ..."

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SmartGlass to be supported in all Microsoft first-party titles

By Steve Watts, Jun 11, 2012 9:00am PDT

SmartGlass will be incorporated into all Microsoft first-party games going forward after the functionality is launched, according to Microsoft Studios corporate VP Phil Spencer.


"Im still in college and im not that far either. Im thinking what im going to do, currently it's ..."

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