NOT FOR SALE-Xbox One Replacement Console - Standard Edition
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I always buy Console Exclusive Games and would buy Cross Platform games on the system I used the most. That was until Xbox Live 13 years ago. I went from buying all my Cross platform games for the PS2 to Xbox if they were online games only for the Xbox due to Xbox Live.
Once again the Xbox 360 although not superior graphically with the improvement of Xbox Live made it the go to system although I still loved my PS3 for the exclusive titles Sony’s online services suck.
Fast forward to the Xbox One. At launch it was far from perfect with a lot of issues. But Xbox Live is what drew me to use this as my main stay. My PS4 once again is used only for Exclusives because the online services are just not up to snuff with Microsoft.
A lot of people were angry and despised not having an option of having a Kinect-less system. It was something that the 360 had at launch of having an HDD or not to save money. I hated the Kinect for the 360 it was a great Idea on paper but was just not possible with due to cost effectiveness and technology. The new Kinect is amazing and I am sad that support of it is falling to the wayside. It is the one thing I use the most on the Xbox One. From being able to tell it to switch to Netflix from telling it to record game clips. My wife will be in our bedroom trying to tell the TV or Blu-ray player commands and nothing happens and she says “why can’t everything be like Xbox Kinect?”
People used price and Microsoft Always Online policy to sway opinion and a lot of die hard 360 owners switched only to buy an Xbox One when Titanfall came out. What people didn’t understand was Sony’s policies. At 499.99 for an Xbox One with Kinect or PS4 for 399.99….but Add PlayStation Eye and PlayStation TV which then would make them equal purchases back then would cost you 599.99 and up for the PS4. Microsoft hurt itself by not having a launch console without Kinect.
Now Sony has changed all their policies to what they made the entire E3 out of back in 2013. Now in 2015 they make you pay for a service PlayStation Now to play games you already purchased. Xbox one with Backwards Compatibility allow you to play 360 games on Xbox One without charging you again for the games you already purchased.
Xbox Live is still the main reason I primarily use this system over the PS4 but Kinect is also a big reason as well. To me it is the online experience and community that Xbox Live gives you in spades. After all these years PlayStation network just is not up to the same standard.
A good gaming system is not measured by stats if that were true Nintendo was far inferior from Sega Master System but succeeded due to games and experiences. That is the same thing I get from my Xbox a better overall experience. I still use my PS4 but again only for exclusives.
Sony seems to rehash a lot of old Exclusives to rerelease which although I loved The Last of Us Remaster I would love to have New IP’s and new games.
The controller is also better on the Xbox One that the PS4. That is something Sony had perfected for the PS1 to the PS2 but then just decided to leave it alone and do nothing different.
The first thing you must do after connecting the cables and turning it on to download a big update. It takes a while... and after the progress bar finishes, you still must wait a few minutes (it seems it is stuck on the green welcome screen, but it is working in the background). Be patient.
My first console was broken (the controller always disconnected and was usable only via a mini USB cable or by standing only 6 feet away, front of the console). Amazon customer support is AMAZING, they have replaced my console and the "new" one is working properly, I can even go to the other room and the controller still does not disconnect.
A few tips:
If you connect your controller using a standard mini USB cable, you can use the controller in a wired mode, you do not even need batteries.
If you connect a USB keyboard before you turn the console on, it will detect and use it.
If your TV/monitor can handle it you can set your color space to get "darker" black colors in the display settings.
If you hold the main button for 10 seconds when turning it off (instead of tapping) it will flush the cache (in case you need it at all).
Under "Games" check the free downloadable demos! ;-)