New Details Define Promise and Limits of Xbox One X 4K Performance

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Ever since Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X (formerly known as Project Scorpio), there’ve been questions about how the platform would handle backwards compatibility with Xbox One titles and what... Read More

Microsoft Exec: PS4 Pro Competes With Xbox One S, not Xbox One X

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Microsoft’s Xbox One X, née Project Scorpio, has been a major topic at E3 2017. As we’ve previously written, the updated console packs considerably more firepower than anything Sony currently... Read More

E3 2017: Microsoft unveils Xbox One X

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Microsoft has unveiled the latest games console in its line-up, a more powerful version of the Xbox One called the Xbox One X.... Read More

Seagate, Microsoft Debut Xbox One Storage Options With Game Pass

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Seagate and Microsoft have teamed up before to offer Xbox-branded external storage options, and the storage manufacturer has recently refreshed its product line to match the style of last summer’s... Read More

Prey’s Demo Is Well-Optimized on PS4 and Xbox One

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Last year, Bethesda ruffled many feathers by announcing that reviewers will no longer get early access to new games. So with this week’s release of Prey, the reboot of the... Read More

Which Xbox One Games Deserve a Scorpio Upgrade?

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Halo 5: Forge came to Windows 10, we got a small taste of what Halo can look like on more powerful hardware. Unfortunately, the majority of Halo 5 is still... Read More