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Microsoft's latest addition to the Xbox console franchise, which has been debuted in May of 2013. The successor to the Xbox 360, the One sports more high a performance hardware, support for higher resolutions and 60 frames per second, much like (in some cases) a midrange gaming computer. With it's somewhat updated graphics unit and 8 GB of RAM, the One is a technological step up from the 360.
This console has been the center of ridicule in the gaming community for well over six months, up until it's release in November. Because there were growing concerns over DRM and restricted library issues, a majority of consumers diverted their attention to the upcoming PS4. however, after its release, the One was able to stand up on its own as a formidable gaming platform. Well over 4.2 million units around America have been installed and are being actively used by gaming enthusiasts every day. Even so, as the One has surprised a number of gamers and consumers, it still comes under fire from multiple sides; dedicated Sony fans and the other half of Microsoft; PC.
All arguments aside, the One has finally shown some potential as a decent gaming machine, and the author is curious to see what content becomes available for it as the year goes on.
Man 1: My Xbox One finally came in the other day. Loving the step up from last generation.

Man 2: That's cool. My PS4 is pretty awesome, too. Shame we don't have cross-console games yet.

Man 3: You dumbasses got consoles? Fuckin' peasants. My PC rig only cost me $600 and games better than both of your fag machines combined!

Man 1 + 2: *turn and stare in unison*

Man 1: Really?
by Markus Nuttingham February 10, 2014
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