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dniblock
1 week 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
4 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
8 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
13 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...

3 Answers |
ablake
15 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 |
3 Answers |
jdixon
22 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 |
2 Answers |
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