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Knowing what type of memory is installed doesn't ruin a console for you. Knowing Bruce Willis is dead spoils a movie for you.
Suddenly, I feel pity for this director. His statement has obviously triggered a lot of people who are trying to know more about this next generation Xbox.
I don't exactly know what was his motive for saying all of these. What we know is that a lot of people are disappointed with his statement.Unless the intended goal was Xbox attention in which case he’s succeeded?
Unlikely and I doubt he’s losing any sleep over this.
I wish everyone would just come over to PC we have thousands of exclusives and will always gladly release hardware specs.
BMW's CEO, Norbert Reithofer, once very famously shared the survey-generated statistic that revealed that 80% of BMW 1 Series owners thought that the car was front-wheel drive*.Before you go to look at a 2011 Ford Mustang you want to know if it has a 8 cylinder or a 4 cylinder.. Pretty obvious..
Before you go to look at a 2011 Ford Mustang you want to know if it has a 8 cylinder or a 4 cylinder.. Pretty obvious..
I think for Xbox creators it should matter a lot. Xbox competes directly with PC and specially on exclusives such as Forza. If for the same price you can upgrade your PC instead of buying an Xbox SX and you're getting more for your money, then why buy the Xbox. It appears as if they are a bit nervous on this gen's launch capabilities. 8K at 120hz? LOL! and the damn TV's can't event push 4K at 90hz yet... (well a couple I know there are, but the money is tremendous!!)
If they say it's going to do something, and it actually does what they say it does, than what is knowing about it's guts going to change about what it can do?People care because it turned out to really matter last gen as the Xbox struggled to run so many games.
People ended up switching to playstation for that reason above any other and people can't forget something so significant that only happened a few years ago with the current generation.
Seems pretty ridiculous questioning why to me. Even if it does obviously prove to be much less an issue this time. Plus let's face it there's not much else to talk about in January other than pour over all the info as it comes out. It's an exciting time at least in that sense.
If they say it's going to do something, and it actually does what they say it does, than what is knowing about it's guts going to change about what it can do?
He has a point here. Most people who will buy either console will already know which they will buy - especially with both consoles now touting at least the entire previous generation's back catalogue - and it won't affect those who will buy both or neither.
Actually, I am buying neither and it does affect me. I am buying a PC with the new MS Flight Simulator in mind. It is supposed to also be releasing on XBox, so I want a PC that is equal to or better than the new XBox to ensure that I can run the game decently. I realise this is a specific case that doesn't fit most people, but for me the specs very much matter and I want to know them ASAP.
A $500 PC will be as powerful as a presumably $500 XBox whatever it's called, good to know! That may be a hard sell. But then again, we don't know because we don't know the specs.This is a non issue. As long as you buy the most powerful PC you can, it will be guaranteed 2 times as powerful as the Xbox. The Xbox One X is only as powerful as my 2012 I7 with a Geforce GTX 970, while having 4 GB less.
A $500 PC will be as powerful as a presumably $500 XBox whatever it's called, good to know! That may be a hard sell. But then again, we don't know because we don't know the specs.
But then again, there are some people who don't have or use computers, and play games. And those who do have computers may not have, or want a computer next to they TV. I suppose there are reasons why some prefer consoles.
I have had PC's for nearly 20 years, and have only just put a game on one within the last month. Consoles, mainly, all the way for me.
It isn't laughable at all. When the PS4 and Xbox one were released you could find YouTube videos showing how to match the performance for the same money. You could, but only with Intel. No reason why you wouldn't be able to do that again. It would be much better idea to go as far beyond that as you can of course.That has nothing to do with my. I was responding to raven 214 specific case of wanting to know the specs to build a similar PC. And I said that that idea is laughable, since my PC which has a processor from 5 years earlier than the Xbox One X is on par with the same. Maybe even surprasing it considering only the GPU is more powerful than mine considering core clock, but there is also the boost clock that is higher than the one in the Xbox One X.
I am just saying that unless you are being extremely stingy, it is so easy to surprass consoles with a PC that he shouldn't worry to match it.It isn't laughable at all. When the PS4 and Xbox one were released you could find YouTube videos showing how to match the performance for the same money. You could, but only with Intel. No reason why you wouldn't be able to do that again. It would be much better idea to go as far beyond that as you can of course.
I get that what you're meaning, but if both say they're going to do similar/same things, what does it matter at that point?We probably want specs and features so we can price compare
I don't think this has been a thing as far back as 2016. In fact, I don't think it was ever mandatory, but I believe theygot rid of the ports completely with the release of the One S.avoid mandatory kinekt functionality
Unfortunately, you're in an age where this is going to be a thing in a majority of games. This is something that'll be affecting all consoles, not just the Xbox.be aware of always online requirements
What other issue's where there?and evade other weird issues that were the dumpster fire of the Xbox One launch.