Wednesday, 03 August 2016 04:16
According to reviews rolling in regarding the Xbox One S, it's a worthy upgrade - if you're still rocking an Xbox 360. That doesn't say a lot for Microsoft latest updated console, but then again, with 4K support being the bit new feature, I guess we shouldn't expect a breathtaking refresh. In fact, if the updated console was significantly better than the Xbox One, all the original users would suffer. Take a look and see what they really thought of the new details.
The benefits of upgrading from 2005's brand-new Xbox 360 to 2010's Xbox 360 S were pretty clear-cut. That isn't the case this time around, though: Microsoft didn't have to fix a loud console with an incredibly high failure rate. No, thanks to a slew of software updates, the Xbox One's most serious issues have already been mostly addressed. And that makes the value proposition of the Xbox One S tricky.