Microsoft Xbox One review
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The GoodMicrosoft’s Xbox One offers impressive graphics and can integrate and control live TV with Kinect (which will drive the price up by $100). The Xbox One has a slightly better roster of exclusive games going into 2015 compared to that of the PS4. Xbox Live Gold is no longer required for basic streaming apps and synced game-saves, and the Microsoft console has a slightly better selection of those media apps than PS4 at the current time.
The Bad Xbox One’s interface isn’t as smooth as PS4’s. Kinect’s live TV integration is fraught with frustrations: Kinect voice commands don’t always work, and the system lacks full DVR integration. PS4 generally delivers slightly better installation times, graphics and performance on cross-platform games so far. Xbox One also lags behind the PS4 in its selection of indie games.
The Bottom LineWhile the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the next-gen console race, the Xbox One’s significant first-year course corrections — including a welcome holiday price drop — make it a better deal than ever, and a much better bargain than when it first debuted.
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It’s been a year since Microsoft and Sony unveiled their new generation consoles, the Xbox One and PS4, which means it’s time to reassess their places in the market. What’s new? What has changed? And of course, which exclusive games are out or headed to the console?
Source: Jeff Bakalar
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