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jdixon
2 weeks ago

I was looking at both the PS4 and the XBox One, and it seems like the PS4 is the less expensive option, both initially ($400 vs. $500) and on a continuing...

Tags: Microsoft, PS4, sony, XBox One |
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aiden
2 weeks ago

The XBox One comes with only an HDMI cable, unlike both the PS3 and X360 which shipped with RCA cables - I think they were composite, not even component if...

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aiden
2 weeks ago

Maybe I’m just an old guy, as much as that pains me to admit, but I still play video games all the time, especially with my kids. We have many hours of...

Tags: Destiny, PS4, XBox One |
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dniblock
7 weeks ago

I held off getting a new PS3 or XBox 360 for a while to see what the reliability was like. As many of the early 360 owners know, this wasn't just paranoia,...

Tags: PS4, Wii U, XBox One |
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aiden
9 weeks ago

I was surprised to see the news that included in the massive 18,000 job cuts is the elimination of XBox Entertainment Studios. I thought that Microsoft was...

rcook12
14 weeks ago

One of the disadvantages of the X360 vs. the PS3 was the inability to easily replace the hard drive on the X360, while the PS3 had a standard laptop size...

Tags: HDD, PS3, X360, XBox One |
6 Answers |
dniblock
18 weeks ago

I had thought that the Kinect was something Microsoft was making the core of the XBox One experience. Now they have announced that the XBox One will be...

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ablake
20 weeks ago

When you are using the XBox One for a game/movie/etc. and you get a call over Skype, does it support multitasking so that you can continue what you were...

Tags: skype, XBox One |
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