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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 653d ago | article

Xbox Reveal: Hairy Arms & Hi-Fi's

gametaroo writes:

At the Xbox One reveal, whilst talking through the latest instalment of Call of Duty, subtitled Ghosts, Infinity Ward drew our attention to the star of the show - namely your character’s arms.

“The arms in MW3 were beautiful at the time,” we are told, “but the new engine allows for significantly increased texture resolution”

Delivered as it is without a hint of irony, it’s a statement both ludicrous and crushingly dull in equal measure, dryly espousing the given aspect of any next gen console (namely: better visuals) while also encapsulating the lack of imagination and excitement behind the Xbox One announcement as a whole. Yes, yes, it’s all very clever…but where’s the magic? (Call of Duty: Ghosts, Xbox One)

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