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Submitted by TuCk3rO 720d ago | opinion piece

Xbox One, What it’s Gotten Right

The Xbox One has undeniably stumbled out of the gate. Mere weeks after it’s lukewarm introduction, Microsoft and the Xbox team have managed to dig themselves into a sizeable hole behind their competition. Various polls have usually ended with the PS4 in a landslide victory. Gamepur reports that one poll suggests 80% of gamers would still buy a PS4 even if the Xbox One cost $400. And while the accuracy of these polls is debatable, this certainly doesn’t look good for the Box that Gates built. We won’t get into too much detail about everything that’s gone wrong, but let’s take a look at some of the things that the Xbox One may have gotten right: (Xbox One)

gamertk421  +   720d ago
In all fairness, Gamepur is probably the worst "journalism" out there in gaming.

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