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10. Game DVR lets you record your gameplay
As part of the social aspect of the Xbox One, you’ll be able to record videos of your gaming exploits, using a feature called Game DVR.

Video is saved to the 500GB hard drive, which features in all Xbox Ones. There’s no storage-light budget option – yet. You’ll also be able to live stream your games over the web, opening-up the possibility for streamed tournaments over Xbox Live.

9. Halo is coming to the Xbox One, in 2014
We knew it was being made before E3 2013, but we now know that 343 Industries’ Halo for Xbox One will arrive in 2014. It therefore isn’t a launch game as such, because the Xbox One is heading for a November 2013 release.

In typical teaser fashion, we don’t know much else about the game – including its name. The game trailer shown at E3 doesn’t show gameplay, or even all that much about the world in which the game will be set. It’s Master Chief walking in a desert, clutching a necklace. Then a huge spaceship appearing from the sand behind him. Baffling.

8. Microsoft Points are dead
Microsoft is to ditch the points system currently used to buy games and download content through Xbox Live. Instead, the Xbox One will let you buy goods with cold, hard, virtual cash.

Microsoft Points were originally introduced alongside the Xbox 360 back in 2005. They have been frequently criticised as a system that doesn’t let you pay exact amounts, cause a sense of dissociation from actual money (well that is the idea) and their cost varies too much across countries.

7. The Xbox One design is coming to 360
Although the Xbox One design has sparked ridicule from some corners, the look will soon be handed-down to the Xbox 360. The new version is slimmer than the current Xbox 360, and borrows the dual glossy-matt finish of the Xbox One.

There will be two different versions of the 2013 Xbox 360, a £149.99 budget model with 4GB of internal memory and a 250GB edition at £199.99. Plenty of games are still to be released on the Xbox 360, for years to come most likely, so it’s not a bad Christmas 2013 gift if you can’t stomach the £429.99 an Xbox One will cost.

6. Ryse: Son of Rome is exclusive to Xbox One
Crytek has announced that Ryse: Son of Rome will come exclusively to the Xbox One. Why is this interesting? Because Crytek is the company behind the Crysis and Far Cry games – the former being some of the best-looking games ever made.

As the title suggests, Ryse is set is ancient Rome. It’s a gory first-person action game that doesn’t have the easy get-out option of guns. You play a Roman general and have to hack and smash people to death, up close and personal. It’s not one for the kids. Xbox One – 10 things we learned at E3 2013
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 Xbox One E3 2013
The Xbox One was unveiled on 21 May 2013, at a special event in Seattle. However, we didn’t get to see much of what it’ll be like as a gaming console until the E3 gaming expo.

Care more about the gaming skills of the Xbox One than its ability to record Eastenders? Read on.

10. Game DVR lets you record your gameplay
As part of the social aspect of the Xbox One, you’ll be able to record videos of your gaming exploits, using a feature called Game DVR.

Video is saved to the 500GB hard drive, which features in all Xbox Ones. There’s no storage-light budget option – yet. You’ll also be able to live stream your games over the web, opening-up the possibility for streamed tournaments over Xbox Live.

9. Halo is coming to the Xbox One, in 2014
We knew it was being made before E3 2013, but we now know that 343 Industries’ Halo for Xbox One will arrive in 2014. It therefore isn’t a launch game as such, because the Xbox One is heading for a November 2013 release.

In typical teaser fashion, we don’t know much else about the game – including its name. The game trailer shown at E3 doesn’t show gameplay, or even all that much about the world in which the game will be set. It’s Master Chief walking in a desert, clutching a necklace. Then a huge spaceship appearing from the sand behind him. Baffling.





8. Microsoft Points are dead
Microsoft is to ditch the points system currently used to buy games and download content through Xbox Live. Instead, the Xbox One will let you buy goods with cold, hard, virtual cash.

Microsoft Points were originally introduced alongside the Xbox 360 back in 2005. They have been frequently criticised as a system that doesn’t let you pay exact amounts, cause a sense of dissociation from actual money (well that is the idea) and their cost varies too much across countries.

7. The Xbox One design is coming to 360
Although the Xbox One design has sparked ridicule from some corners, the look will soon be handed-down to the Xbox 360. The new version is slimmer than the current Xbox 360, and borrows the dual glossy-matt finish of the Xbox One.

There will be two different versions of the 2013 Xbox 360, a £149.99 budget model with 4GB of internal memory and a 250GB edition at £199.99. Plenty of games are still to be released on the Xbox 360, for years to come most likely, so it’s not a bad Christmas 2013 gift if you can’t stomach the £429.99 an Xbox One will cost.

6. Ryse: Son of Rome is exclusive to Xbox One
Crytek has announced that Ryse: Son of Rome will come exclusively to the Xbox One. Why is this interesting? Because Crytek is the company behind the Crysis and Far Cry games – the former being some of the best-looking games ever made.

As the title suggests, Ryse is set is ancient Rome. It’s a gory first-person action game that doesn’t have the easy get-out option of guns. You play a Roman general and have to hack and smash people to death, up close and personal. It’s not one for the kids.




5. Game rentals are a no-go
Xbox One games can be traded in to ‘select retail partners’, but you will not be able to rent games – not from the start at least. Obviously, this is terrible news for game rental places like Blockbuster, which is already clinging onto its livelihood by its fingernails.

However, Blockbuster has already confirmed it’ll be supporting the console launch – Blockbuster sells new games as well as renting them.

4. Killer Instinct is coming back for revenge
If you’re under 20, you may not remember this gaming series, but Killer Instinct is coming to Xbox One. This fighting game was released in the arcade and for the SNES back in the mid-90s, but never quite made the same impact as Street Fighter II or Mortal Kombat.

It’s a one-on-one fighter in the same vein as those games, though. It won’t be a boxed game, but a download. And it’ll be free to play. However, you’ll only have access to one character without paying. Whether this is a ‘demo’ or if Killer Instinct will use a micro-transaction model is unclear at present.3. The Xbox One will arrive in November
There’s no pin-point date for the Xbox One’s release yet – but Microsoft has said the console will arrive in November. That’s precisely when we thought it would, pre-E3.

This timing gives the console enough time to capture a chunk of the Christmas present-buying market.

2. It’s official, The Witcher 3 is coming to Xbox One
The Witcher started off as one of the last truly successful PC-only franchises, but now it’s coming to consoles too. CD Projekt made the announcement during the Microsoft press conference.

Witcher 3 is the first in the series to have a truly open world – the other two games had ‘modular’ worlds where each area or town was a separate entity. A gameplay video was shown-off at the conference, and suggests it could make a pretty good stop-gap for Elder Scroll fans who don’t like the sound of Elder Scrolls Online.  Xbox One – 10 things we learned at E3 2013
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 Xbox One E3 2013
The Xbox One was unveiled on 21 May 2013, at a special event in Seattle. However, we didn’t get to see much of what it’ll be like as a gaming console until the E3 gaming expo.

Care more about the gaming skills of the Xbox One than its ability to record Eastenders? Read on.

10. Game DVR lets you record your gameplay
As part of the social aspect of the Xbox One, you’ll be able to record videos of your gaming exploits, using a feature called Game DVR.

Video is saved to the 500GB hard drive, which features in all Xbox Ones. There’s no storage-light budget option – yet. You’ll also be able to live stream your games over the web, opening-up the possibility for streamed tournaments over Xbox Live.

9. Halo is coming to the Xbox One, in 2014
We knew it was being made before E3 2013, but we now know that 343 Industries’ Halo for Xbox One will arrive in 2014. It therefore isn’t a launch game as such, because the Xbox One is heading for a November 2013 release.

In typical teaser fashion, we don’t know much else about the game – including its name. The game trailer shown at E3 doesn’t show gameplay, or even all that much about the world in which the game will be set. It’s Master Chief walking in a desert, clutching a necklace. Then a huge spaceship appearing from the sand behind him. Baffling.





8. Microsoft Points are dead
Microsoft is to ditch the points system currently used to buy games and download content through Xbox Live. Instead, the Xbox One will let you buy goods with cold, hard, virtual cash.

Microsoft Points were originally introduced alongside the Xbox 360 back in 2005. They have been frequently criticised as a system that doesn’t let you pay exact amounts, cause a sense of dissociation from actual money (well that is the idea) and their cost varies too much across countries.

7. The Xbox One design is coming to 360
Although the Xbox One design has sparked ridicule from some corners, the look will soon be handed-down to the Xbox 360. The new version is slimmer than the current Xbox 360, and borrows the dual glossy-matt finish of the Xbox One.

There will be two different versions of the 2013 Xbox 360, a £149.99 budget model with 4GB of internal memory and a 250GB edition at £199.99. Plenty of games are still to be released on the Xbox 360, for years to come most likely, so it’s not a bad Christmas 2013 gift if you can’t stomach the £429.99 an Xbox One will cost.

6. Ryse: Son of Rome is exclusive to Xbox One
Crytek has announced that Ryse: Son of Rome will come exclusively to the Xbox One. Why is this interesting? Because Crytek is the company behind the Crysis and Far Cry games – the former being some of the best-looking games ever made.

As the title suggests, Ryse is set is ancient Rome. It’s a gory first-person action game that doesn’t have the easy get-out option of guns. You play a Roman general and have to hack and smash people to death, up close and personal. It’s not one for the kids.




5. Game rentals are a no-go
Xbox One games can be traded in to ‘select retail partners’, but you will not be able to rent games – not from the start at least. Obviously, this is terrible news for game rental places like Blockbuster, which is already clinging onto its livelihood by its fingernails.

However, Blockbuster has already confirmed it’ll be supporting the console launch – Blockbuster sells new games as well as renting them.

4. Killer Instinct is coming back for revenge
If you’re under 20, you may not remember this gaming series, but Killer Instinct is coming to Xbox One. This fighting game was released in the arcade and for the SNES back in the mid-90s, but never quite made the same impact as Street Fighter II or Mortal Kombat.

It’s a one-on-one fighter in the same vein as those games, though. It won’t be a boxed game, but a download. And it’ll be free to play. However, you’ll only have access to one character without paying. Whether this is a ‘demo’ or if Killer Instinct will use a micro-transaction model is unclear at present.



3. The Xbox One will arrive in November
There’s no pin-point date for the Xbox One’s release yet – but Microsoft has said the console will arrive in November. That’s precisely when we thought it would, pre-E3.

This timing gives the console enough time to capture a chunk of the Christmas present-buying market.

2. It’s official, The Witcher 3 is coming to Xbox One
The Witcher started off as one of the last truly successful PC-only franchises, but now it’s coming to consoles too. CD Projekt made the announcement during the Microsoft press conference.

Witcher 3 is the first in the series to have a truly open world – the other two games had ‘modular’ worlds where each area or town was a separate entity. A gameplay video was shown-off at the conference, and suggests it could make a pretty good stop-gap for Elder Scroll fans who don’t like the sound of Elder Scrolls Online.



1. The Xbox One is more expensive than a PS4
The UK prices for both the PS4 and Xbox One have been revealed, and the Sony console is the cheaper of the two. Microsoft’s gaming rig will cost £429, a solid £80 more than the £349 PS4. This is not good news for the Xbox One.

Would an £80 premium put you off, or are the additional TV-related bits and bobs - plus Kinect - worth it?

Ps4
The official PS4 release date is still only 'later this year'. Sony didn't reveal any more details on the release date at E3 so we're still in the dark. However, with Microsoft launching the Xbox One worldwide in November, it seems likely that Sony will be going live around this time also.PS4 used games/online check-in

Many gamers will be pleased that unlike the Xbox One, the PS4 will offer unrestricted access to pre-owned games. So when you buy a titles, you are free to then trade it in at retail, sell it to another person, lend it to a friend or keep it.
There is also no online check-in requirement, and you'll be able to play games regardless of whether you're connected to the internet or not. The Xbox One requires an online check-in once every 24 hours and will lock you out of your games if this doesn't happen.
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The PS4 will go on sale later this year and it'll be cheaper than the Xbox One - $399 in the US, £349 in the UK and €399 - compared to $499 and £429.
These pricing details were revealed along - at long last - with the look of the PS4 console itself, at Sony's E3 2013 press conference.
Sony says the PS4 was designed with an overarching theme of a "frictionless and seamless" gaming experience.
We've known that the PS4 will track both the controller in a gamer's hand, as well as their face, since the console's launch in Feb. But during his GDC talk Norden revealed some interesting ways that this technology will be implemented in games.
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Xbox One looking good but PS4 has the edge
For example, the old multiplayer standby of split screen, divvying up television real estate when two or more players go at it, will be aided by this tracking tech. If a gamer gets up and moves right or left, his section of the screen will automatically be swapped.
We should know a whole lot more when Sony gives its E3 presentation later today, so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, here's what we have so far...
PS4's new look

The PS4 itself was shown off for the first time at E3 and it's black, just like the Xbox One. However, it has an angular design and appears to be constructed of a similar plastic to the original PS3 Slim machine.
It looks as though it's slimmer than the Xbox One but we're not totally blown away by the design. What do you think?

PS4 release date

The official PS4 release date is still only 'later this year'. Sony didn't reveal any more details on the release date at E3 so we're still in the dark. However, with Microsoft launching the Xbox One worldwide in November, it seems likely that Sony will be going live around this time also.
The PS4 combines shiny and matte finishes
Previously, Sony took out a newspaper ad in the UK, clearly advertising the PS4 release date as '2013'. That tallies with an interview in May with our buddies at CVG, a source inside Sony said that the company is pulling out all the stops to launch worldwide in 2013 and ensure that the PS4 is not trumped by the new Xbox.
Sony also advertised at the Champions League final at Wembley Stadium, London, with 'PS4 - coming 2013' signs.
PS4 price

Sony announced the PS4 price at E3 - it'll cost $399 in the US, £349 in the UK and €399 in Europe when it goes on sale later this year. That's a whole $100 cheaper than the Xbox One.
That price, it must be said, does not include the PS Eye camera, whereas the Xbox One will ship with the second version of Kinect.
The angular design is reminiscent of Sony's Blu-ray range
PS4 used games/online check-in

Many gamers will be pleased that unlike the Xbox One, the PS4 will offer unrestricted access to pre-owned games. So when you buy a titles, you are free to then trade it in at retail, sell it to another person, lend it to a friend or keep it.
There is also no online check-in requirement, and you'll be able to play games regardless of whether you're connected to the internet or not. The Xbox One requires an online check-in once every 24 hours and will lock you out of your games if this doesn't happen.
 
PS4 specs

AMD's technology is coursing through this new system's veins. Sony revealed the system runs on a single-chip custom processor and utilises eight x86-64 AMD Jaguar CPU cores, with a next-gen AMD Radeon based graphics engine powering the way.
So it's very much a PC-based system then, which is great news for developers who will find it much easier to code games for the next gen consoles and for PCs. However, that CPU is hardly next-gen - it may have been modified for this system but the AMD Jaguar platform is by no means the fastest of its kind - indeed it's slower than Intel's fastest by orders of magnitude.
However, with fewer redundancies than a PC has, the PS4 will certainly be able to make use of every single Watt of power it draws. And the games we've seen so far certainly look impressive.The "highly enhanced PC GPU" is another AMD part - something along the lines of a Radeon 7850 card - and packs 18 GCN units. That may sound a like a lot of techy mumbo jumbo but what it essentially means is that the GPU packs 18 processing clusters, each packing up to 64 cores. That provides a lot of parallel processing power, and will thus handle the majority of the PS4's grunt work. It hits 1.84 TFLOPS of processing mojo. This is a far more powerful component than the Jaguar CPU and is may well have the edge on the integrated GPU inside the Xbox One.
The PS4 will also use GPU compute features to take advantage of the GPU's raw power - it'll be used for general computation tasks as well as making games shiny.
Memory
The PS4 will ship packing 8GB of GDDR5 memory. That's some super-fast stuff right there and should enable lightning fast performance.PlayStation 4 Specifications

 

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« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2013, 03:59 pm »
Games Consoles are dead. PCs are alive.
 

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« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2013, 04:00 pm »
Games Consoles are dead.
Yep, because there is definitely no one buying them!
 

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« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2013, 04:00 pm »
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« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2013, 04:01 pm »
I'm being honest here I used to prefer xbox but now, no. Its just too creepy that the sensor is always on so its watching you and the fact that it has to be connected to the internet every 24 hours is just a waist of money- its using up downloads for no reason making you pay more.


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« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2013, 04:02 pm »
Xbox. It's always been better, and always will be better.
 

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« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2013, 04:04 pm »
Yep, because there is definitely no one buying them!
Of course people buy them, but PCs are better. You have more customisation, alright you don't have a freaking sensor or TV box thing, but you still can make your own; play more games; you're unrestricted; etc. People can still buy them if they're dead.. ever brought a sweet before?

Xbox. It's always been better, and always will be better.
That is true (from an Xbox to PS3 perspective).
 

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« Reply #7 on: June 12, 2013, 04:06 pm »
Of course people buy them, but PCs are better. You have more customisation, alright you don't have a freaking sensor or TV box thing, but you still can make your own; play more games; you're unrestricted; etc. People can still buy them if they're dead.. ever brought a sweet before?
Gonna be honest, only understood half the first sentence.
 

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« Reply #8 on: June 12, 2013, 04:07 pm »
Gonna be honest, only understood half the first sentence.
What isn't to understand?
PCs are better and even though people still buy consoles, they are dead.
 

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« Reply #9 on: June 12, 2013, 04:08 pm »
What isn't to understand?
PCs are better and even though people still buy consoles, they are dead.
That whole statement. Consoles are far from dead, especially if people are still buying them. With the way it seems, the new consoles could top the PC's graphics.
 

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« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2013, 04:09 pm »
.. I paid 600£ for my PC and accessories, games, etc. and it's specs are higher than those of the Xbox One..
 

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« Reply #11 on: June 12, 2013, 04:11 pm »
Consoles are underpowered, and severely limit the user's freedom
 

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« Reply #12 on: June 12, 2013, 04:27 pm »
PS4.
 

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« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2013, 04:44 pm »
Xbox. I'm getting one for Hanukkah :3 (Christmas lol)
 

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« Reply #14 on: June 12, 2013, 06:10 pm »
.. I paid 600£ for my PC and accessories, games, etc. and it's specs are higher than those of the Xbox One..
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« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2013, 06:11 pm »
Xbox I've played on both but Xbox is still awesome and probably will always be better than the PS4


 

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« Reply #16 on: June 12, 2013, 06:12 pm »
Xbox I've played on both but Xbox is still awesome and probably will always be better than the PS4
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« Reply #17 on: June 12, 2013, 06:21 pm »
PS4 will def. be better. I can imagine all those people paying $500, and then end up being disappointed.
 

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« Reply #18 on: June 12, 2013, 06:23 pm »
Xbox One sounds like a complete failure right now. I'm definitely for PS4. It hurts me to see Halo 5 and Minecraft be on Xbox One though. :c

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« Reply #19 on: June 12, 2013, 06:24 pm »
Xbox One sounds like a complete failure right now.
I hate how people say this.
 

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« Reply #20 on: June 12, 2013, 06:26 pm »
I hate how people say this.
Sorry, it just seems like Xbox One got completely destroyed by PS4 at E3. xD

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« Reply #21 on: June 12, 2013, 06:27 pm »
Sorry, it just seems like Xbox One got completely destroyed by PS4 at E3. xD
I doubt it.
 

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« Reply #22 on: June 12, 2013, 06:53 pm »
Just watched the PS4 e3 conference...

I'm rethinking getting my Xbox One.




















































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« Reply #24 on: June 13, 2013, 01:34 pm »
I like xbox one but ps4 looks better. But I am gunna probs still get xbox one.
 

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« Reply #25 on: June 14, 2013, 03:47 pm »
Bump Looks like everyone likes ps4