DT Editors’ Choice Microsoft Xbox One Score Details “Microsoft’s Xbox One is firmly established as a leader within the next-gen.” Powerful OS is user-friendly and built for seamless multitasking Kinect v2’s well-implemented voice recognition is a new “button” for your controller Improved internal hardware translates to smooth game performance Cable box interconnectivity is great for TV watchers Limited, occasionally non-intuitive voice commands Bulky, hefty form factor Snap same-screen multitasking is debatably useful If there’s one word that defined Microsoft’s approach with its Xbox One when it launched in 2013, it was “disruptive.” The new hardware challenged our notion of what a video game console could and should be, for better and for worse. Kinect, at least for a brief time, was analogous to a new button on your controller. The original system, now discontinued to make way for the smaller Xbox One S, blurred the line between a game console and a streaming device. The Xbox One was pitched as an all-in-one-box with promise, a first step toward something bigger than itself. The Xbox 360 was always struggling to do too much within a limited design spec. Even something as simple as a user’s friends list was locked at 99 names… Read full this story
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