Posted May 05, 2017 11:00:03The Xbox 360 is a gaming machine that, at its core, is more about entertainment than it is a physical machine.
It’s a game console that’s designed to be a portable gaming device, which means it’s easy to throw together for quick playlists and shared online multiplayer.
It comes with a huge library of games, both downloadable and otherwise, and has the ability to play them both on a television or monitor and in the comfort of your couch.
That’s a lot of games.
Microsoft’s Xbox One, meanwhile, is the ultimate portable console.
It offers a whopping 4K gaming experience, as well as streaming video, as it’s the only console on the market to offer 4K video streaming.
And it also has the option of running Microsoft’s own software on it, including a suite of games like Gears of War 4 and Rise of the Tomb Raider, along with its own exclusive online games, like Halo: Spartan Assault.
In this case, the gaming experience isn’t going to be limited to a single TV, which is one of the big draws of a portable console, but it’s also going to offer a wider range of entertainment options than just a TV.
That means it will be able to play more than just video games.
There are also plans to bring more Xbox One games to Windows 10 PCs, and there will be a wider selection of Xbox One apps and accessories that Microsoft has been teasing with its new gaming console.
The Xbox One S is Microsoft’s most recent console to launch with a 4K display, and while it still has a few more years to go before it is available on the shelves, it’s been quite a busy few years.
This console is a lot more accessible than the Xbox One X, and it has a much larger selection of games available, including Gears of Wars 4, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Rise of The Tomb Raider and the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians.
The console will also be the first to offer Microsoft’s Azure cloud gaming service, which has already been shown off on the Xbox.
Microsoft will also launch a new version of the Xbox app in the coming months, which will allow users to stream games and content on their phones, tablets and PCs from the Xbox, and the company is also promising a revamped interface for the console, which should give it a much cleaner look and feel.
The gaming experience is also going back to its roots, with Microsoft announcing that it will offer a unified interface for its games and entertainment apps for Windows 10 devices.
That should mean more flexibility when it comes to playing games on both the console and PC.
And the console will be getting new games like Halo 5 and Rise Of The Tomb Raiders, too.