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- What's in the box: Xbox One console; Assassin's Creed Unity download voucher; Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag download voucher; wireless controller; chat headset; HDMI cable; power supply
- Xbox One brings together games, live TV and your favorite entertainment apps, including Amazon Instant Video, ESPN, Netflix, and Xbox Music
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Become the ultimate Master Assassin and join forces with up to three friends on the most advanced multiplayer network.
What's In The Box:
- Xbox One 500GB Console
- Assassin’s Creed: Unity Download Token
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Download Token
- Wireless Controller
- Chat Headset
- HDMI cable
- Power Supply
Join forces with up to three friends on the most advanced multiplayer network. Xbox One is the only place to play the best exclusives and all the biggest blockbusters of the year.
Xbox One brings together the best exclusive games, the most advanced multiplayer, and entertainment experiences you won't find anywhere else.
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Xbox One, no Kinect: $349
- Barebones, nothing extra, not a great deal, don't get this one.
Xbox One with Kinect: $449
- Same as above, but includes Kinect. No other bonuses, don't get this bundle.
Xbox One Assassin's Creed Bundle, no Kinect: $349
- This includes both Assassin's Creed black flag (digital version), which is playable immediately after download, and Assassin's Creed Unity, which you can pre-download, but it is not playable until release date, which is still 1-2 weeks away. As you can see, this is the same price as the barebones XBO, but includes 2 free games, making it a pretty sweet deal if you don't care about the Kinect.
Xbox One Assassin's Creed Bundle, with Kinect: $449
- Same as other AC bundle above, but also includes Kinect. It also includes a free Kinect game: Dance Central Spotlight. The Kinect sells separately alone for $149 MSRP, so this is an *extremely* good bundle. The standard MSRP prices would put this value at $399 console + $149 Kinect + $30 AC Black Flag + $60 AC Unity + $20 Dance Central Spotlight = about $650 total. Even if you believe the separate prices are kind of inflated, or they go down further over time, still a great deal.
Xbox One Sunset Overdrive Bundle: $349
- This bundle does not include a Kinect, but includes the new Sunset Overdrive game for the same price as the barebones bundle. But what makes this one stand out is that both the console and controller are white, which is pretty cool. Color preferences are subjective, so you'll need to look at it and decide if this bundle is right for you, or if SO is the type of game you'll like. It is currently the only way to get a white XBO. If you really want the Kinect, you'll have to buy it separately for $149, which makes the deal less awesome. But if you don't care about Kinect and like the look of white, this is a great choice.
Xbox One Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Bundle: $449
- This bundle is priced the same as the normal Kinect bundle, but this one does not actually include the Kinect. Instead, that $100 premium gets you Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (digital version, not physical), a custom Call of Duty themed console and controller design, and a 1TB hard drive. This is the only way to currently get a 1TB hard drive, which to me is the biggest selling point of all. But again, if you want the Kinect, you'll have to buy it separately for $149 which makes it not as great of a deal. But that 1TB is great, and with how large full games are, will quickly become necessary. I'm hoping 1TB becomes a standard hard drive size very soon for this console, but for now, you'll have to get this bundle to get that extra space (or get a separate external drive).
Since this review is on the AC bundle, which I actually did purchase, I will specify in a little more detail what it includes. The design you see in the product description picture is a cardboard sleeve over the normal green Xbox One box. Inside that box, is completely identical to the normal Xbox One bundle, except for those extra cards with download codes for the two AC games. There are no actual physical games or discs included in the bundle. The console is the standard black with the standard 500GB hard drive. Prepare to spend a few hours waiting for the games to download and install. Xbox Live definitely does not utilize my full 50 megabit connection, it seemed to download at around 10mbps consistently, which meant a long wait to actually play, since these game files are HUGE.
After the last few system updates, the Xbox One has become an even better gaming/media device that I am still using and enjoying just about every day. So pick the bundle that works best for you and you won't be disappointed!
UPDATE 6/24/2015: I signed up for the "dashboard preview" program and now have access to several Xbox 360 games I purchased on that platform. I've tested Banjo-Kazooie, Zuma and a few others and this backward compatibility update is pretty amazing. (everything I've played so far has played flawlessly.) As of right now, here are all of the games that are available to preview members:
A Kingdom for Keflings
A World of Keflings
Perfect Dark Zero
Toy Soldiers Cold War
Viva Pinata Trouble in Paradise
Here is a list of cons that I still currently have with the XB1. My biggest gripe is the horrible bottleneck on audio. You will need a 25 dollar headset adapter to use some of the third party headsets and using a USB powered headset is still not available on the XB1. This USB feature is already supported on the PS4 for some headsets, so you can have a versatile headset to use on consoles as well as pc's if you have something like the Hyperx Cloud or Cloud II headset. The small plug is still needed on the XB1 and limits audio to 2 channel stereo sound. Another gripe I have is DVR times. The max times are still five minutes while on PS4 it is much longer. Also the DVR clips currently cannot be moved to an external HDD, but Microsoft lets you use an external HDD for general storage, but the PS4 allows game clips to be moved to external storage with ease. I still have issues with party chat dropping on some games as well. I am in the preview program and I give this feedback as to hope Microsoft listens and the XB1 continues to get better with updates. Overall, this is a good time to pickup the XB1 if you are on the fence despite some drawbacks.