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Submitted by Speed-Racer 772d ago | news

Xbox One, Microsoft's next-generation console revealed

Polygon: Microsoft unveiled its new console, the successor to the Xbox 360, at an event at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Wash. today (Gaming, Microsoft, Xbox One)

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newsguy  +   772d ago | Funny
It looks like a vcr
TemplarDante  +   772d ago
FAKE CGI trailers (Forza 5)

FAKE RENT-A-CROWD to clap

"Rocket Science architecture" HD7790 GPU, 8GB DDR3 and an 8Core JAGUAR CPU.

Focus on TV.

XBOX.. home of sport? Since when?

The freakin box looks straight out of the late 90's, early 2000's. What a disappointment.

And a joke.
Not to Steve Ballmer, dont drive people out of MSFT.
You will always end up with these
"groupthink" out of touch hardware if you do.
Speed-Racer  +   772d ago
LOL @ rent a crowd
fatstarr  +   772d ago
Disappointment

I agree, super staged
super scripted
PRE RENDERED EVERYTHING.

PS4 is just as guilty.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Saigon  +   771d ago
I have to disagree. The Sony showed the games, what most gamers want. MS showed features. Big difference there. And, if you are referring to Sony not showing the actual console, get off your high horse. Especially since they released the specs of the system and recently revealed a glimpse to what to expect Monday.
TwistedMetal  +   771d ago
i think it plays vhs's
level 360  +   771d ago
More like this - ( http://www.old-computers.co... )
The_Blue  +   771d ago
This whole place is antimicrosoft.
FRAKISTAN  +   771d ago
Quickly run and tell mommy.

Anyways WHAT A FAIL by microsoft that is one ugly looking ............
CEOSteveBallmer  +   771d ago
Well we are telling the truth?? So that makes us antimicrosoft?? Im sorry but your beloved Xbox reveal is dissapointing. Even xbox fanboys are pissed and im not joking and making it up.
PFirefly  +   771d ago
Not really. The previous consumers for the xbox's were gamers. Thanks to the reveal we know that games take a back seat to TV and Sports at the reveal of a "game console." QA panels afterwards revealed that:

A fee structure for live is still around.

It won't be "always online" yet still has a mandatory internet requirement to check in.

Used games will require a fee to unlock, even for different accounts on the same device.

Obviously its MS being anticonsumer. Not the other way around.
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fatstarr  +   771d ago
nope, they just made a bs console

a videogame console marketed towards sports fans, beer pong players , casuals and social network peoples.

locked down system
no backwards compatibility
no used games
no xfer of xbl content from 360

people are in delusion for this one.

this generation they are doing everything but videogames
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