Xbox Live Offers Now Comcast XFINITY TV, HBO GO And MLB.TV

Posted: Mar 27 2012, 10:09am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

Xbox Live offers now Comcast XFINITY TV, HBO GO and MLB.TV

Xbox users got more media channels today on Xbox Live.

Microsoft's Major Nelson announced today that three major entertainment apps are now available for Xbox LIVE Gold members wtih Comcast XFINITY TV, HBO GO and MLB.TV. The new apps are all with Kinect integration.

Comcast launched the XFINITY TV on-demand service on Xbox 360, bringing its huge library of when- you-want-it entertainment to a console for the first time, including the new Streampix library. With Kinect, you can control it all with your voice or a wave of your hand.

HBO GO on Xbox 360 launched their entire catalogue of live and on demand original content. This means that every episode of every show, from the latest hits like Game of Thrones, to older favorites like The Sopranos are available now on your Xbox. With Kinect, you can voice search the entire HBO catalogue.

MLB.TV transforms sports entertainment by providing live and on demand games in HD, coupled with exclusive personalization features found on Xbox 360. You can jump between the action via the Mini Guide and watch two games at once with Split Screen. With Kinect, you can pause and rewind live games and highlights using just your voice and motion controls.

More details on Major Nelson.

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