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- This bundle includes: Xbox One S 1TB Console, full game download of Gears of War 4 standard edition for Xbox One and Windows 10, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), and Power cable
- Watch 4K Blu-ray movies and stream 4K content on Netflix and Amazon Video
- Experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range
- Play over 100 console exclusives and a growing library of Xbox 360 games on Xbox One
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The Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Bundle (1TB), featuring a full game download of Gears of War 4 standard edition for Xbox One and Windows 10, 4K Ultra HD video, and High Dynamic Range. Experience a new generation of Gears of War with the sleeker, more streamlined Xbox console and controller. Play and store more games, including Xbox 360 classics, with the 1TB hard drive. Stream video and watch UHD Blu-ray movies in stunning 4K Ultra HD. And now you can enjoy the freedom to play Gears of War 4 on another Xbox One or Windows 10 PC, so you can make shared progress across multiple devices. As one of the most acclaimed video game franchises in history, everything you love about Gears of War is even better on Xbox One.
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The 4K video is pretty awesome, even without HDR, you can see a difference. Game load speeds seem to be about the same, and even though the controller was redesigned, mine seems to disconnect often enough to be a nuisance. The lack of a Kinect port is a bit of a bummer since we already had one.
All in all, excellent upgrade if you're coming from a 360 or even a 3 year old Xbox one.
The reason for upgrading were HDD size and 4K content. It was nice to get a free game onto of it.
4K content was the deciding factor, and in addition to the 4K Blu-ray disk player, the existing Amazon, Netflix, and Vudu apps all stream 4k with HDR. I have my cable set top box [STB] going through my Xbox via its HDMI input, and it works well with the 3rd party PDP Talon Remote. Once set up it can do just about anything on the STB but bring up the DVR recordings, but there is a down side I found in this setup. The HDMI in is not capable of 4K so if you have a STB, you will have to stick with 1080p content from your cable company. It is not a major set back right now because there are not many 4K cable provider out there, and those that do offer it are limited to 2 or 3 channels that run obscure programming. I think it could be an issue in the future as 4K becomes more common.
I like that it has Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio capabilities because I have an Onkyo 7.2 set up that give me the best sound options.
The only other issue I see with this console is the lack of Dolby Vision support. Yes it has HDR10 which is more common, but I think Dolby Vision is the better of the two and one of the only boxes this console doesn't check as a media streaming devise.
All in all, there are a lot of good thing that Microsoft has done with this console and I wanted to give it a 5 star so bad, but the two minor short comings stop me from giving it a perfect mark.
The controller looks beautiful and comfortable to hold. The only nuance is the A button. Which for those who played the game know that button is important. Very annoyed that the one button doesn't work as well as it should. It gets stuck and doesn't respond a fraction of the times I press on it. It frustrates me during games.
The 14 day trial was not working for me so I ended up getting gold membership right off the bat. Really wanted to take advantage of the trial but too late now.
Just really wish this controller had a perfectly functioning A button...
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A common theme with this review is that I will compare it to the PS4 experience as it's what I had for several months before donating it to a family member.
The Xbox One S is a great console for several reasons, the back catalog of games you can play is nearing the thousands and with Games With Gold (Xbox Live Gold Subscription $60) and EA Access ($5/month), you can have dozens of games (some new) every month with cheap subscriptions. In the last year, there have been dozens of good games for free on GWG which also happens on PS4 with Sonys program so this is an equal benefit for each owner. The big difference comes with EA Access which Sony said didn't offer a good value for a gamer, you pay $5 you get access to dozens of EA Games for the duration of the subscription and can cancel at any time, I cannot see how that isn't a good value for gamers everywhere which makes me personally believe Microsoft is more focused on their gamers than Sony.
Another added benefit of the Xbox One S over the PS4 is Microsofts ability to give you cross-platform access to games, when you purchase a game for Xbox One or Windows 10 you have the ability to play it on both platforms regardless of the version you purchased if the developer supports it. To be honest at first this isn't as great of a deal as people realize as you're given the Windows Store variant which for some games is split off from the main PC community (Steam) for both servers and ecosystem but it is a start and Microsoft can push Valve due to it's ties with Gabe Newell in order to get better integration for gamers and allow Steam / Windows Store cross-platform play.
The Xbox One S also features a true 4K capable blu-ray player, This is something that the PS4 in any iteration lacks, it's also the cheapest way to get a 4K Player which given how much of a push TV companies like Samsung, LG and Sony are pushing 4K and OLED and the added benefits of HDR this will likely be a requirement unless the industry moves to 8K quickly which is where the real benefit is for home theatre users. The only issue with this player is that content for it is rather hard to find, there are only a handful of movies with more hopefully coming in the future as it's underutilized, I would much rather buy a blu-ray for $25 then go to the theater.
I also prefer the design of the Xbox One S, I prefer the look of this console over the Playstation 4, Playstation 4 Slim and PS4 Pro, they look out of place on my entertainment stand while the Xbox fits right in due to its design being similar to a DVD Player which may be a downside for some people but speaking from personal experience it looks at home next to anything.
In conclusion Microsoft is a gamer focused company, their console sales are lower because people bought into the hype of the 'power' of the PS4 being significantly higher, this hasn't effected anything and given its inferior ecosystem and Sony pushing focuses which are more focused on their bottom line rather than their community and the gamers that make up said community is why the Xbox One S wins out for me.
If you are going to buy this some of the best titles to look into are as follows
- Master Chief Collection
- Halo 5
- EA Access
- Gears of War (You have the fourth with this Bundle!)
- Titanfall 2
- Forza Horizon 3
Still the best! My console is very nice, works perfectly after 3 years and still going strong. Quality product!
I recommend this seller anytimes. My xbox came earlier than it was supposed to at absolutly no extra charge. It is brand new and it's just amazing. You will save up to 60-100$ in comparaison to walmart where i was about to buy the exact same console. It's worth the saving since it's exactly what you'd expect from a new console. +++
Few facts and tips that people should know before purchasing Xbox One S
If you wish to purchase this for the 4k, make sure your t.v. has HDMI 2.0 slots. Even if you have multiple HDMI ports not ALL of them will be HDMI 2.0
Xbox One S displays 4k picture/bluray as well as games. Where as the PS4 ONLY once again ONLY displays 4k games
Xbox One does not have many 4 player couch co-op games aside from the typical sports and shooters.
Possibly the most useful tip, if you don't have a 4k t.v. with HDMI 2.0 ports just get an Xbox One over the Xbox One S
If you have Xbox Live Gold. You will get redeemable codes for all previous Gears Games for a limited time.