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Xbox One

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Xbox One
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3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (598 customer reviews) 258 answered questions

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  • This item includes the Xbox One console, 1 wireless controller, a chat headset, HDMI cable, and power supply
  • The best exclusive games, the most advanced multiplayer, and unique entertainment experiences
  • Play games like Titanfall and Halo on a network powered by over 300,000 servers for maximum performance
  • The most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live with Smart Match to find new challengers
  • Note: Kinect sensor sold seperately
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  • ASIN: B00KAI3KW2
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 13 x 8 inches ; 12.4 pounds
  • Media: Console
  • Release Date: June 9, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (598 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Xbox One brings together the best exclusive games, the most advanced multiplayer, and entertainment experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Play games like Titanfall™ and Halo together with your friends on a network powered by over 300,000 servers for maximum performance. Find new challengers who fit your skill and style with Smart Match, which uses intelligent algorithms to bring the right players together. Turn your best game moments into personalized movies that you can share with friends, or broadcast your gameplay live. Then switch quickly between apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Internet Explorer. Or do two things at once by snapping a game, live TV, a movie or apps side-by-side.

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Xbox One

Get more with Xbox One.

Introducing Xbox One. Where the best games, multiplayer, and your favorite movies, music, sports, and live TV come together in one place. Xbox One games look and feel incredibly real, with cinematic gameplay that rivals Hollywood. Watch TV or chat with friends on Skype while you play, and keep on playing while smarter matchmaking happens behind the scenes. With Xbox One, you can snap two things side-by-side on your TV, and switch from one to another instantly. Cloud-powered and built for the digital age, Xbox One is designed to keep getting better over time.*

Xbox One delivers an all-new gaming and entertainment experience that will transform how you play. Xbox One brings together the best games, the most reliable service and rich entertainment all-in-one system that is built for today and tomorrow. Kinect sold separately.


Xbox One
The best games.
  • The most award-winning exclusive games at E3.
  • Get it first - all Call of Duty: Ghosts downloadable content and many more.
  • Adaptive AI that learns to play like you.
Xbox One
The best multiplayer and service.
  • Better matchmaking with Smart Match.
  • No jerks - reputation system helps keep annoying players out of your games.
  • No waiting in lobbies - play, watch TV, or surf the web while matchmaking happens.

Xbox One
Games plus entertainment.
  • Never miss a moment - get multiplayer alerts while you watch TV.
  • Switch instantly from a game to TV, a movie, music and more.
  • Snap an app next to a game and do two things at once.
Xbox One
Built for the future.
  • The Digital System - built for the digital age using the latest technology and the power of the cloud.
  • Keeps getting better - "cloud powered" means Xbox One and games grow with you over time.
  • Advanced voice and motion control open up new game experiences like never before. Kinect sold separately.

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Xbox One
Play Xbox One games online or offline.

Your Xbox One does not need to be connected for you to enjoy offline features of games. In fact, you can take the Xbox One anywhere and play any disc-based Xbox One game on it. The only times you need an online connection are for initial set-up of Xbox One, and to get the latest system and title updates before you start playing some games.

Xbox One
Share, trade-in, resell, gift, & rent game discs to your heart's content.

Use Xbox One's disc-based games just like you do today. There are no limitations to using and sharing them: it works like it does today on Xbox 360. If you'd rather get your games digitally, you can purchase from Xbox Live and get instant access to playing.


Xbox One
Play anywhere with your own Xbox Live Gold account.

A single Xbox Live Gold membership works across both Xbox One and Xbox 360 – your membership covers both. And you can log into a friend’s Xbox One and access all your downloadable games, preferences, and apps.

Xbox One
You control your privacy.

You decide how personalized Xbox One is to you and your family, including privacy settings, manual or automatic sign-in, and how data is used. And when you play games or enjoy apps that use sensitive personal data, such as videos, photos, and facial expressions, no one except you can access it, without your express permission.


Xbox One
Kinect or Controller: There are a variety of ways to interact with Xbox One.

Depending on the game or app, you can control Xbox One using voice commands and gestures, a controller, a remote control or your Xbox One SmartGlass device. It is designed to interact with you in multiple ways. (Kinect sold separately with $399 console.)

Xbox One

Xbox One
Your Gamertag and Gamerscore follow you to Xbox One.

No need to worry: you can bring your Xbox Live Gamertag and Gamerscore with you to Xbox One. Your Gamerscore will be automatically updated once you have connected to Xbox Live.

Xbox One
Communicate with Xbox Live Gold friends using messaging or Skype.

With Xbox One and an Xbox Live Gold membership, you can use Skype to voice chat with any platform that supports it. If Skype isn't supported (like on the Xbox 360), you'll still be able to see which of your friends is online and message them. Requires Kinect which is sold separately.


Your NFL on Xbox One.


Xbox One

With Xbox One, step into the huddle and experience the NFL in an all-new light—where you are at the center of your NFL world. With the NFL on Xbox One, stay connected to all the latest NFL news, video highlights and stories around-the-clock, and keep tabs on live stats and scores from around the league. Personalize your experience to follow all the latest from your favorite team, and with built-in NFL.com Fantasy Football you can even keep tabs on your Fantasy points in real-time while watching live TV broadcast games.**


All your NFL, all the time.

The NFL on Xbox One brings together the best of NFL.com, NFL Fantasy, and NFL Network all together on your TV in an integrated way. Get all the latest news from around the League, customize your highlights based on your favorite team, and track real-time scores and stats on Sunday.**

Fantasy Football on your TV.

NFL Fantasy Football comes to life on your TV with Xbox One, allowing you to manage your team and track your League in your living room like never before. Built-in NFL.com Fantasy allows you to set your lineup, watch highlights from your players or prospects, and even receive real-time scoring updates as you track your games on Sunday. Snap your Fantasy next to live TV or gaming and never miss a scoring update again.**

Personalized for your favorite team.

Personalize the My Team channel so that it follows all the stories, video highlights, stats, standings, and news from just your favorite team and its players. Watch all the highlights from over the weekend, or get ready for next week's game with tailored news segments and a curated Twitter feed. It's the best of your NFL team, all in one place on your TV.**


What's in the Box

  • Xbox One Console
  • Wireless Controller
  • Chat Headset
  • HDMI cable
  • Power Supply

* Advanced TV hardware required. Games, add-ons and media content sold separately. Initial set-up and some games and features require broadband internet; ISP fees apply. Online multiplayer, Skype and some features also require Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately) and/or additional requirements. See xbox.com/xboxone.

** The NFL on Xbox One, including NFL.com Fantasy Football, requires advanced TV hardware, broadband internet, and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately). To view NFL Network content users must have a television service provider that carries the NFL Network channel. Additional requirements may apply for some features. See xbox.com/live.


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142 of 178 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Controller. Great Games. Great System. June 27, 2014
By Raphael
This system has seen it all in a short amount of time as it pertains to controversy and scrutiny, but rest assured that it's a great system worthy of the price tag.

First off, when you power it up you'll notice the spectacular UI (user interface) that comes packaged in that delivers the Windows 8 OS-like setup. It's easy to to get to where you want, and it has a nice clean look to it. Very attractive.

If you buy the Kinect (optional) you'll be walked through a quick setup that'll have you ready to go in about a minute or two. The Kinect makes navigating the UI that much more simple if you don't mind talking to a device that is. I personally don't and it's so cool in action. It has a fair share of people who refuse to give it a chance ranging from tin foil theories of being spied on to feeling silly talking or moving around to have it function in specific games but the device is impressive.

But if you're not interested in the Kinect, you still have quick access to wherever by use of the excellent controller and it's "Menu" button, which was formerly the "start" button.

The Xbox One also allows for different apps to run simultaneously via a feature called "Snap". It's nifty if a bit cumbersome in certain areas.

There are a number of ways to use Snap, such as making a Skype call to a loved one or friend while watching Netflix, or playing a game and playing music through Microsoft's "Xbox Music" app. It's fairly intuitive and unique but they could use an update minimizing the sizes you choose to dedicate to it in my opinion.
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136 of 180 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Because some people don't want the Kinect June 9, 2014
By Sean R
This is a perfect way for people to get into the Xbox One without spending a lot of the money now. I could see the advantages of this to someone looking to play the core Xbox exclusives without worrying about the Kinect. As many Xbox One owners, I cannot imagine using my Xbox One without Kinect. But I understand a lot of people are jaded over the Kinect and wouldn't want it. This bundle was made for them. There are times when I never even turn on my controller when using my Xbox One because the voice recognition and commands are a hundred times better on the One than they were on the 360. I used to get so angry at my 360 for unrecognized commands. People all over the internet complained about the Kinect and about how the Xbox One isn't strictly about games, so here it is. The console for the gamers who just want to use the Xbox One strictly as a gaming console. With the money you save on this bundle, and the pricing on Amazon for games, you could buy two games with the money you save. I recommend this to anyone looking to get into the Xbox One at the ground floor and still having money leftover for a few games to get their library started. I haven't stopped playing my Xbox One since I bought it. I love it.
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48 of 63 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the destiny I expected... September 18, 2014
By Mike B.
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Well...after having to "repair" my Xbox 360 not once...but THREE times for various reasons (RROD twice, HD failure once) and then receiving refurbished units (from MS) in varying conditions, I was very cautious about buying an Xbox One. [sigh] Maybe I should have remained cautious?

It was my plan to wait it out and give MS time to work out any potential launch kinks. I also wasn't keen on having the wired Kinect sensor because there's no easy (or pretty) way to integrate it into my projector-based home theater setup. Plus, I've only used my 360's Kinect a handful of times...and thus, I was very enthused when MS dropped the Kinect requirement. However, I still waited...and waited a little longer until they did their "free game with purchase" deal last week. I chose Destiny....still haven't played it. I think my true destiny is to always have problems with MS consoles!

This time it's a noise. A high-pitched whine that reminds me of my college days in the early 90's. Just like my old dot-matrix printer, printing a college term paper draft in the dead of the night. A din that cuts through the otherwise silent room. The annoyance is not so much the volume as much as the pitch. It only does this when you are in the Xbox menu, or using an app. The sound goes away when you are playing a game.

It wasn't hard to find a slew of other unhappy Kinect-less console purchasers online experiencing the same issue. People think it has something to do with a coil or capacitors whining whenever the unit is not drawing enough power.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not nearly as impressive as the Xbox 360 or PS4. November 29, 2014
By Cim
Worse than the 360 but its got "next gen" parts inside for some modern gaming fun.

10 Thoughts:

- The interface is a poor mans Windows 8 charms menu with poorly designed navigation and menu selection system that would work well on a touch screen but not a controller. Trying to figure out how to do the simpelist of things will take you a bit of time. Once you get used to it its not a problem but everything from the fonts to the achievements popping up and blocking some of your view while playing is simply annoying.
- The controller is a cheaper version of an Xbox 360 controller with a horrible loud clicking sound the d-pad makes. The smooth cheap plastic shell feels like the controller will slip from my hands at times. Overall ok but disappointing that its not improved over the 360's (my opinion)
- The console itself is a bulky square box with a huge power adapter. Not sure what their thinking was here as both the PS4 and Wii U are slim and a lot more manageable compared to this. Perhaps the Kinect (which was one a part of this) has something to do with it.
- Everything from the startup to the configuration of the machine was easy and went without issue. Overall nice experience setting it up.

I have to say I'm underwhelmed by this machine and I can't recommend this to anyone who has a PC. Almost every game on this console is available on PC or will be at some point with the exception of the few Microsoft studio games like Halo and Forza.

Not sure if I will hang onto this for long but for now its OK but not great not in the least. The Xbox 360 has it beat not to mention it's competitor PS4. I would highly recommend a solid PC with a good card instead but if you do buy an Xbox One make sure you get a deal on it. As is, its not worth more than 300 bucks.
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