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- Includes: 1TB hard drive Xbox One Console, full-game digital download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, newly updated Xbox One black Wireless Controller with a 3.5mm headset jack so you can plug in any compatible headset, Xbox One Chat Headset, 14 Day Xbox Live Trial, AC Power Cable, and an HDMI Cable.
- The Halo: The Master Chief Collection digital download game includes Halo Combat Evolved: Anniversary, newly remastered Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4.
- Quickly switch between your games, live TV, and apps like Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, and HBO GO.
- Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live.
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Xbox One Halo: The Master Chief Collection 1TB Bundle
There’s only one place to play the best exclusives and biggest blockbusters this year, like Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6. Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live, powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance. Quickly switch between games, live TV, and apps. And instantly resume your game where you left off. Now includes a 1TB hard drive for storing games and media, a controller with a 3.5mm headset jack, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
The greatest games lineup in Xbox history
The only one where you can play Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6 this year.*
The only one where you can play your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.
The only place to play upcoming EA games before they launch, with EA Access.**
The only one with Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Fable Legends, and Quantum Break.
* Halo 5: Guardians coming 10/27/15; Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Motorsport 6, Fable Legends, and Quantum Break coming late 2015; all games sold separately.
** EA Access requires paid subscription, sold separately; see www.ea.com/eaaccess for details. Xbox Live Gold (sold separately) also required to access certain vault title online features. Conditions and restrictions apply.
Xbox Live, the world’s premier gaming community
The one with the most advanced multiplayer for you and your friends.
Powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance and reduce lag and cheating.
The only one where you can connect with friends and play across Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
The only one with a player-powered reputation system for a better experience.
Games, Entertainment, and TV, all in one
The one where you can quickly switch back-and-forth between games, live TV, and apps.
The only one where you can receive multiplayer invites while watching live TV, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, and Blu-ray movies.
The one with Skype and Sling TV, and other popular apps like NFL, HBO GO, and ESPN.***
The only one with the OneGuide, a personalized entertainment guide across live TV, apps and more.
The only one that let’s you snap a live stream or tutorial alongside your game.
*** Skype video calls require Kinect for Xbox One. App-provider specific paid subscriptions and/or additional requirements apply for some Xbox Live features. Initial set-up, updates, and some games and features require broadband internet; ISP fees apply.
Advanced technology that keeps getting better
The one where you can pause your game and instantly resume where you left off.
The only one where you can stream your Xbox One games to a Windows 10 PC or tablet in your home.****
Get new features and enhancements all the time, with more than one hundred added since launch.
The one with the industry leading controller and revolutionary Kinect technology.*****
**** In-home streaming to Windows 10 PCs and cross-device play between Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs coming soon. See xbox.com/xbox-one. Limited number of games available in 2015 support cross-device play; additional games to follow.
***** Kinect voice functionality only available in supported locales and languages and varies by feature. See xbox.com/xboxone/kinect-speech-recognition. Available features may vary by market.
There's only one place to play the best exclusives and biggest blockbusters this year, like Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6. Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live, powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance while reducing lag and cheating. And quickly switch back-and-forth between games, live TV, and apps. Now includes a 1TB hard drive for storing games and media, a controller with a 3.5mm headset jack, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, the definitive Halo experience on Xbox One. Play through The Master Chief's entire story with Halo Combat Evolved: Anniversary, newly remastered Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4.
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Everything was packed to the normal standard for Xbox One. Padded and wrapped in foam/plastic. The first thing I noticed when I unboxed it was the gorgeous matte black finish that has replaced the cheap looking gloss black plastic. The matte black, in my opinion, gives it a much more elegant look and should help prevent the micro scratching that occurred on the top of my last console.
On booting up I was asked to update with a small update (around ~280 megabytes), so it does ship with a relatively new firmware. The controller ships with the latest firmware. I immediately checked to see how much hard drive space I had and with no games or apps, I had ~780 gigabytes. Responsiveness on the console seems to be improved, however this could easily be placebo effect.
Moving on to the new controller, the bumpers are vastly improved and as claimed by Microsoft can, in fact, now be pushed anywhere on the bumper. The new 3.5mm headset port is wonderful as well. Chat and game balance adjustments, as well as voice monitoring are done under Settings > Devices > Controller. I find it much better to be able to actually see the adjustments I’m making rather than try to guess as I was doing with the chat adapter. I have also heard talk that Microsoft is planning on making the chat adjustments snappable, either with the current UI or the planned new UI. The console also comes with a new “cheap headset” that doesn’t have the chat adapter built into it anymore. Instead it has a 3.5mm plug.
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I'm a long time Xbox user with the 360 being my favorite console but I was not in a hurry to "jump in" with the Xbox One when it was first announced. Not only because I love my 360 but their long list of regulations, requirements and restrictions really turned me off. I was all but sold on the PS4 but decided to wait for both companies to iron out the bugs on their new systems and for the wave of true next gen of games to come. This is where I've really seen Microsoft pull away from Sony. Sony had a great start but just haven't done much since. They're still not offering much this year in the form of exclusives while Microsoft is offering 7 by the end of the year.
The Hardware: No, it's not the prettiest looking box. Comparisons to DVR's and old time VHS's aren't unfounded. But how long are you going to spend looking at the box instead of the games on the TV? It also has a large and cumbersome power brick like the 360 which I wish they could've done away with. Once it's under the TV stand or what have you, it's forgotten I guess. The controller is something else though. I love it. It's a great, subtle upgrade to the 360's which I still love. The thumbsticks feel good, the d-pad has been refined and works well with fighting games now, and the pressure sensitive triggers have haptic feedback to create even more immersion whether shooting or driving. This is a great controller that really feels good.
The UI: They took a real step backwards with their Windows 8 style tiles on the dashboard. The 360's is still vastly superior. It's much easier to find what your looking for whereas it's more of a chore to search for what you want here. I know Microsoft wants unity between the PC and the Xbox One in the form of the Windows OS but it just wasn't well thought out. The games aren't even in alphabetical order. They're just spread across one page full of tiles. It's cumbersome and unnecessarily frustrating. They've been updating and it's getting better and I know they'll continue to just like they did with the 360 but as of now I still much prefer the 360's home screen.
The Games: Early games like Ryse and Forza 5 lacked in gameplay and content but they really gave a good show of the Xbox One's graphical power. They really are on the next level of graphics and go far beyond what was possible on last gen consoles. There haven't been many reasons to upgrade till now but now there are plenty. Halo 5 Guardians, Gears 4, Forza 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Recore, Crackdown, Scalebound, and Quantum Break are all exclusives and most will be releasing this year. The future also holds big names like Need For Speed, Fallout 4, Doom, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Just Cause 3, Mad Max, and Star Wars: Battlefront to bring true next gen experiences this year as well as next. Microsoft also recently announced backwards compatibility for 360 titles (100 by holiday, 100's more next year) that allows current 360 owners to keep their last gen libraries alive on their new system. I was very excited to hear this. Those who've never had a 360 will also have more games available for their new system. That's just one more thing to make the Xbox One appealing for potential buyers.
The Deal: Microsoft has been very aggressive with their price cuts, sales and bundles for the Xbox One. The have ground to cover to catch up with the PS4 and they know it but deals like these are going to help them do that. Sony hasn't done much in terms of deals so this will make a difference for those looking to get the most for their money. I took advantage of such a deal with this 1TB model Xbox One with The Master Chief collection (Halo 1-4 re-mastered) included. Microsoft beats Sony to the punch by offering the first 1TB console at only $50 more than the 500GB Xbox One model but also the same price as the 500GB model PS4. That's a great deal and owners of both consoles will tell you, 500GB is not enough memory to store many of these new, space eating games. Amazon is giving away a free game (almost all available titles eligible) with the purchase of a new Xbox One, for a limited time. Just another deal to inspire the curious or those on the fence to take the plunge. I got Batman: Arkham Knight with mine.
The Verdict: This system still has a ways to go with frustrating things like mandatory game installs, a clunky UI and initial start up that seems to take forever just to set up and play a game. These are slowly being addressed with updates with new features being added all the time so at least there's hope that what is now isn't what will always be. But the next generation is finally here in terms of games and sales like this one give plenty of reasons to pick up an Xbox One. It's a good system now that will hopefully one day be great. Recommended (for a deal).
Disclaimer: I am not an Xbox fanboy and am not anti-Sony. I had a PS1 and a PS2 for many years and loved them. I don't believe either of these machines can be considered better. They're more like different flavors. There's plenty of cool games coming out on both systems. I just found more value with the Xbox One and am more interested in their exclusives than Sony's at this point and time.
For nearly 2 years I held out and went from the Xbox 360 to the PlayStation 4 because I wanted to wait and see if Microsoft was going to make an effort to change the Xbox One by making it better and worth purchasing after that atrocious 2013 release and the whole talk nobody really cared about ''tv, kinect, drm, all-in-one, etc.'' Boy I'm glad I waited because the Xbox One is officially better, somewhat innovative, simply more exciting than the competition in 2015 and the Xbox One 1TB Halo MCC bundle is well woth it! Here is what I think of it so far with pro's and con's.
Less than $400 and comes with 1TB of hard drive space, new and improved Xbox One controller with a 3.5mm headset jack (should've been like this from launch.) AND the best exclusive sci-fi FPS game series of the 2000s: Halo MCC.
Xbox One exclusive games. Loved the exclusives out already such as Dead Rising 3, Titanfall, Ryse, Killer Instinct, and the Forza games. The flagship Halo series is still alive and strong, and a promising long lineup is due starting in Sept 2015.
Backwards Compatibility. BC was announced at e3 2015, and will launch in Nov 2015. BC will allow you to play hundreds of X360 games AND DLC that you own without the need of using a X360 anymore. The awesome thing for me is that you can also play multiplayer with anyone that is on the X360 AND someone that is on an Xbox One using BC.
Universal Apps. Dozens and dozens of apps like Netflix or Youtube to use on the Xbox one. Some apps require a subscription, but some are free and should never leave you bored. Oh yeah did I mention that twitch is available and you can stream your gameplay and also watch gameplay from gamers that are using ANY console/pc.
Multiple apps can be open like you are on a pc, you can close them at your discretion.
Xbox + PC integration with Windows 10.
External hard drive option. Another feature I wanted my PS4 to have.
2 AA battery option for controller. I always have several rechargeable AA batteries on hand, and I never have to worry about plugging the controller itself up for a charge.
Quiet console even with a power brick and huge fan inside.
Console firmware updates and new features/fixes from user feedback nearly every other month. Microsoft actually have a website for Xbox user feedback with voting/response/comments/status/upcoming updates/fixes.
Xbox Live is phenomenal on the Xbox one. Dedicated servers deliver stable online use and multiplayer. Microsoft finally ended the terrible paywall in 2014 that required you to have their paid gold membership just to access certain features and apps with subscriptions that you ALREADY PAID FOR! The only thing that you need a gold membership now is for multiplayer and free games every month. They also adopted the ''twitter'' style for friends as well. No longer do you have to get pelted with friend requests, people can follow you and you can choose who to follow back. Want to share gameplay with more than youtube and Facebook? There is a Upload studio app that allows you to be creative with your gameplay vids, and you can actually attach vids with a message and share among friends. Your vids can be public or trend to everyone that uses the app or whoever view the specific game in the xbox store or hub. Xbox live also has custom themes and a lot more features as well.
Phil Spencer is the head of Xbox at Microsoft as of 2014. He actually cares about gamers, listens to feedback, and is a gamer himself. He is the reason why the Xbox One has gotten better and receives updates so often. If he was in charge during the next gen planning and release of the current Xbox, everything listed and updated would have been included at the launch in 2013. He said himself that the Xbox One was headed in the wrong direction in 2013 but he had no control then because he wasn't the boss.
Not all games are 1080p. The Xbox One have a lot of games at 1080p, but due to the GPU, some games on the Xbox One is either upscaled or 900p on up. Microsoft will try to solve that problem with the release of Directx 12 to be updated on the console in Nov 2015. Directx 12 will not fix the problem completely, and I don't think any games are less than 900p on the Xbox One.
External power brick still exist. By now the power supply should be inside the system.
Frustrating snap and complicated, sometimes slow User Interface. For a next gen console the entire UI should be much faster and instant like the PS4. When you click on something simple as friends or messages, instead of being instant, an image pops up then it loads up. The snap option can take anywhere from 5 seconds to 1 minute to load up while playing a game and the UI will slow down as well. There should be a option to use a guide menu like the X360 have or you could choose to use snap. Microsoft listened to feedback and said there will be a UI change and windows 10 will be implemented on the console in Nov 2015 for a faster, friendlier UI.
(I will update when it is released.)
No option to listen to music while playing a game without using the snap feature.
No option to use a headset and hear people talk over the tv speakers as well.
Slow install times for older titles.
The settings page don't have its own tab, not visible on home screen either. You have to press the options button or use it as a pin to access settings.
The 2 buttons under the controller power button that replace the start and select buttons don't state what the buttons is, just a small image on each. Also, if you have multiple controllers on, there is no extra led lights indicating which is which.
No easy option to replace the internal hard drive. You can replace the hard drive, but you will void the warranty that is still valid on the console.
Not that much use offline. Consoles these days need an internet connection to give you the full features and great experience.
Ok, that's my review and I hope I was clear enough for someone who is considering to purchase this console or not.