Microsoft Xbox One Overview Updated August 10, 2016

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Xbox One replaced Xbox 360 in 2013 as Microsoft’s flagship video game console. It’s a direct competitor to Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Nintendo’s Wii U. Microsoft originally positioned Kinect to be an integral part of Xbox One, but security concerns and low consumer/developer interest have contributed to the motion tracking and voice recognition device becoming somewhat of an afterthought. Unlike PS4, Xbox One One supports backwards compatibility for select previous generation games.

The console’s connectivity options and tech specs include HDMI, three USB 3.0 ports, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, 1.75 GHz 8-Core AMD custom CPU, Blu-ray/DVD optical drive, non-replaceable 500GB/1TB hard drive (supports external storage), 802.11n Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet. Exclusive Xbox One game titles include Sunset Overdrive, Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War 4, and Crackdown 3.

Xbox One Stories August 10, 2016

Today we’re taking a look at Microsoft’s new Xbox One S. The “S” stands for slim and holy crap does this console live up to its name. There are quite a few reasons to love this version over the OG Xbox One, but we’ll let you be the judge of that…

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Update (6/7 11:48pm): The official Newegg eBay Store is offering a PlayStation 4 console with Uncharted 4 and Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection for $359 shipped ($410 value).

In today’s best game/app deals, Newegg is offering 12 month Xbox Live Gold Memberships for just $32.99 shipped using code EMCEKEL84 at checkout (w/ digital delivery). While Amazon is currently charging $40 for these, they regularly sell for between $45 and $60. Today’s deal is the current best price available. 

PlayStation gamers can also grab a 12 month PS Plus membership right now for just $39.99 shipped via Best Buy. That’s matching our deal price and the best we can find. In both cases, you get access to free games, deals, online play and much more.

Other notables include, Final Fantasy XIV Online on PS4 for $29.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $60, Amazon all-time low, current best), Until Dawn on PS4 from $19.99 with free in-tore pickup at Best Buy’s eBay Store, and the same thing applies for BloodborneAmazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day on Homefront: The Revolution for $34.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $60) is the lowest we have tracked on the game.

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Bad Piggies is still at its lowest price in years and we still have $100 iTunes Gift Cards with email delivery from PayPal for just $85 (15% off). Down below you’ll find today’s best iOS deals including MarginNote Pro, Live Interior 3D, Wishboard and many more:

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

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