Next-Generation Xbox Reveal Viewer's Guide

This week, as you are undoubtedly aware, Microsoft is holding its much-anticipated reveal event for the next-generation of their Xbox home gaming console.

We have no idea what's in store for us at the event, but that doesn't mean we're totally in the dark.

To get yourself prepared, check out the Xbox: A New Generation Revealed Viewer's Guide for a quick Who, What, When and Where for this highly anticipated event.

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ahamling272164d ago (Edited 2164d ago )

I'd say I can't wait, but really, I can wait...

Maybe this will be the first Xbox I own, but I kinda doubt it, unless they somehow blow me away.

hennessey862164d ago

Wow you have missed out on some great games, mainly on the original Xbox.

dirthurts2164d ago

I agree. Even if you don't like the brand, there have been some good games on it.

ahamling272163d ago

Well, Sony has treated me very well. Call me a fanboy, but I see it as loyalty to a brand. Can't say that with Microsoft, they've been wishy-washy at best.

steve30x2164d ago

What time is the reveal UK time?

crazypenguin082164d ago

Looking forward to the COD footage

greenpowerz2164d ago (Edited 2164d ago )

I'm most excited about the post reveal interviews and the fact the devs embargo about non E3 sensitive info will be lifted. The dvelopers will fill in the blanks or give new info that did not fit durring the TV time reveal event.

Xbox fans should also pin Wire) and Gametrailers etc. for post event interviews. There will be more news from devs than MSFT IMO

adorie2164d ago

Yep. I hope they reveal everything about the next Xbox, or at least specs and show off the shell and such. Can I cross my fingers for Killer Instinct 3, with the original announcer voice too? Asking too much? Lol.

Wizziokid2164d ago (Edited 2164d ago )

Excited to see what MS bring to the table. I just hope they do it right and don't forget the core.

Do a Sony, come out and tell us the next xbox is about the games.

Jek_Porkins2164d ago

Sony did that because that is what they've always preached, they are also going after the exact same market as Microsoft, they want family and casual gamer's too.

I wont fault Microsoft for trying to appeal to as many people as possible, but at the same time I'm sure Microsoft has done focus groups and realize core gamer's buy consoles at launch.

That is why I think they'll have the best launch lineup in recent history, draw in those core gamer's right away, but they'll obviously need to show off things not everyone will like, I'm sure people about plotzed when Sony brought out a Kinect like camera and Move again.

Wizziokid2164d ago

I understand the business plan I just think they should save these things for a separate event.

It's all about the money and MS have found their way to get that casual audience they just need to remember the other side of the fence and not isolate them like the 360 started to at the end.

This is my opinion of course, as a gamer i didn't find much reason to pay my 360 in the end whereas games like Last of Us keep me wanting to play my PS3

Jek_Porkins2164d ago

What if Microsoft was pushing out their big AAA titles like Gears and Halo on the Xbox 360, while the majority of their studios were working on next gen core games? I mean we know 80% of their studios haven't released anything in years.

That is what makes the most sense to me, you can fault them if you don't like the big AAA games like I do, but I found myself using my Xbox 360 more in the last 3, 4 years than at any other time.

We wont know for sure about games until E3 of course.

GiggMan2164d ago (Edited 2164d ago )

Well we should hope that they were working on something. The last few years has just been Gears, Halo, and Forza along with multiplats. Hopefully we'll find out tomorrow what some of those studios have been working on (if anything)

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