Jun 12, 2017
Worth the price?
Some experts say £449 is too much for what is basically a more powerful version of the existing Xbox One S. Newsbeat got the opinions of four key people at E3 in Los Angeles to tell us whether this will be an instant game changer, a slow success or an expensive flop. "The Xbox One X looks like a bit of a beast but for me, I come to these things and I want to see the games and we saw a lot of really impressive CG trailers but where's the game play in that?". Phil Spencer is the head of Xbox - 'Success will come down to games not graphics'. "If you start on the Xbox One S and then later decide that you want to go to the Xbox One X, all of those games are going to play better on your new console and they stay with you." "The gaming industry is going to change more in the next five years than it has done in the past 30.".
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