So the specs for Microsoft’s Project Scorpio were revealed to us yesterday and I wanted to talk about some of what we learnt and whether this machine is something I’m likely to buy or whether it’s something that I’ll let pass me by. Continue reading Project Scorpio – To buy or not to buy? That is the question
Back in August, Seán reviewed the Xbox One S console for 4-One Gaming. Since its release, it has received a few updates, and with Black Friday and the holidays coming up, a few of them may be expected to fly off the shelves. Therefore I thought that an update to his review three months on might make for an interesting read, so here we go. Continue reading Thoughts after 3 months with the Xbox One S
To help celebrate the launch of the Xbox One S 500G and 1TB console in Australia, Microsoft have shown that they have a sense of humour by announcing the Xbox Onesie, a cosy clothing accessory for any hardcore Xbox fan who just doesn’t want to get dressed, but still play. Continue reading Xbox Onesie is the ultimate in cosy-play
Looking to pick up a 2TB Xbox One S ? That might be harder than you think. Stocks have all but sold out and according to Eurogamer, Microsoft has no plans to replenish stock of the white Xbox One S 2TB model, which launched with an RRP of £349.
We’re used to searching our games for hidden Easter eggs left behind by the developers but I’ve never searched my hardware before. Perhaps its time to start looking? What will we find inside our Xbox One S consoles?
Like many of my fellow Xbox gamers, I was very excited to hear about the impending launch of the Xbox One S at this year’s E3. I have been a fairly early adopter of a 4K TV and I have been watching native 4K content through my TV’s applications on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video but the one thing I was greatly missing was the 4K content on my Xbox. Well, no more. It’s finally here and the early experience has been very positive. Continue reading Xbox One S console review
For those of you interested in Microsoft’s highly anticipated slim line version of the Xbox One (the Xbox One S) we have some good news. Following the announcement, which stated the console would launch later in the year, Microsoft have announced that the console will launch on August 2nd, less than two weeks from today.
Microsoft and Loot Crate have announced the Gears of War 4: Loot Crate Edition for Gears fans who just want everything that the franchise can throw at them. As well as that, rumours have surfaced of a Limited Edition Xbox One S with Gears of War branding all over it. Check it out below. Continue reading Gears of War 4 Loot Crate Edition, Limited Edition Xbox One S
To settle the confusion about the Xbox One S and its 4K features, Xbox’s ‘Qwik’ took to Twitter to confirm the yet-to-be released console’s ability to upscale games. Continue reading Xbox One S Will Upscale Games To 4K
Since the reveal of the Xbox One S this week, a few questions have raised in regards to what the S model offers. One studio figurehead mentioned a boost in visuals. Phil Spencer went on record to say that this isn’t factual, and that there is no intentional upgrade offered as part of the console’s features. Continue reading Xbox One S will offer no boost in power