The film from Xbox's Power On has been given a DaytimeEmmy

The film from Xbox's Power On has been given a DaytimeEmmy

Another award-winning organization behind Xbox''s candid six-part documentary series, Power On: The Story of Xbox, has been awsome: a Daytime Emmy.

The documentary, which was broadcast on "a wide variety of video platforms," including Roku, IMDb TV, YouTube, Redbox, and more, won the award for Outstanding Single-Camera Editing (thanks, VGC).

The project - which investigates Microsoft''s console''s history from its design to its recent successes - began three years ago and was announced at the Xbox Anniversary Celebration.

"Is there a compelling story behind Xbox''s history?" Tina Summerford, the head of Xbox programming, said at the time. "It turns out, yes, absolutely. So we partnered with an Emmy award-winning documentary film team to really dig in and help bring the story to life.

"At its core, its a story about how Xbox grew as a passion project from a small group of Microsoft gamers, and became a source of joy for Xbox users across the globe."

The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase has gone. Unlike Wes at the time, there were "no megatons," but Microsoft announced plans to give Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members the ability to play, from the cloud, and select games they already own or have purchased outside the Xbox Game Pass library. That''s coming later this year.

With 2022 Samsung smart TVs, you''ll be able to play cloud-enabled Game Pass Ultimate games without a console. Microsoft''s intention is to expand this feature to other smart televisions over the course of the year along with Project Moorcroft, a new program that will introduce demos of future games to Xbox Game Pass.

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