After a few months I said I was not going to buy the Xbox Series X and I bought the Xbox Series X after watching how others were scrambling to get the next General Console. It was a few weeks ago and recently I’m started to wonder if it’s such a good idea.
I’m not lying: the decision to buy the Xbox Series X was a one hundred percent impulsive purchase, not the result of trying to find a console that would not come with a scalpel for weeks. Agos, a UK retailer, has some stock and sold it immediately in the usual next-generation fashion. With the exception of one store, about 30 minutes by car is still miraculously available in cars.
After a few days and 40 miles of driving, I was redesigning the top of my TV unit with the Xbox Series X for Toothache. Hooray! Right? Maybe not, because in the few weeks since then I have done nothing with it.
It was everything except a sports console
In the few weeks since I connected my new Xbox, I have barely gambled real games on it. It’s weird considering how many games can be played in the next General Xbox. There are things worth 20 years to enjoy, I only use it to play 4K Blue Rays. When I try not to sync my old backup files with the cloud, that is.
The crazy thing is that I already have an Xbox One S. It has the ability to play 4k discs. Maybe it’s not as good as a dedicated 4K machine, but it played them and took up about half the space of the X Series in the process.
What I get the most is that I rarely get time for sports. Certainly not on TV, so I like the Nintendo Switch so much. It allows me to choose a sport wherever I want, anywhere.
I can ship the Xbox Series X to my phone, very easily, but it’s not that different. I still feel like I should be sitting on the couch in front of the TV with a controller in my hand. Especially since most of the games I have are big, wide games that benefit from having a bigger view of the world.
Seems like it takes a lot of time and effort to stay on top of those games, I found this first hand when loading my Fall 4 savings, and realized I hadn’t played the game for four years and didn’t know what was going to happen. on a. I was shocked to learn that Elder Maxon was still alive. Plus, I clearly remember completing the game and destroying the institution. But it still exists somehow.
It is a pleasure to travel around the Commonwealth From 60fps. But I am an adult with a busy adult schedule and it still does not include much time for sports. So I wonder why I bothered to get an X grade
Lack of supplements does not help
Disposing of the console is usually rare in the early stages of a new generation, and it does not matter if you are the proud owner of a PS5 or Xbox Series X. We have less than a year to the new cycle, and all platform exclusions are also available on older consoles.
Since I now have the Xbox Series X, it really doesn’t open up new game opportunities for me. Because every game I could go out and buy would have worked on my old console. It’s unbelievable when you think about it, because the same disk can work across two different generations of hardware.
No such forward compliance has been done before, and even in the glorious days of the PS2 one cannot expect a PS3 game to be included in the PS2 and make it work. Even the PS5 sells separate discs for exclusive things like Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It’s an exciting show of technology and customer-friendly training that you never expected from a company like Microsoft ten years ago.
of course. The downside is that I can easily get a version like Crash Bandicoot 4 and keep playing it on my Xbox One. The only major difference is that the Xbox Series X4K can run at 60fps. It’s a big step up from the original Xbox One and Xbox One S and I still have it, but it will miss me a lot.
The same goes for game passes, because all of those titles are multi-generational. The X Series may look and play those games better, but without it I would not be able to play them.
Microsoft does not appear to be more committed to supporting Xbox One in the future. It’s nice that players don’t feel the pressure of promotion if they don’t want to. But at the same time it reduces the value of the new console. Maybe that’s one reason why the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are a little easier than the PS5.
Even so, I have no regrets
But when I begin to guess my decision too much, I am reminded of one thing: Just because I haven’t played the console yet doesn’t mean I will never do so. The time will come when I will need the next general console, and now I am ready. According to the old saying, it is better to have something and not need it.
Again, someone says that saying emergency supplies or something from those targets. Sports consoles are not $ 499. But, hey, I’ll not be playing Hello Infinity for anything less than 4K, that’s something to look forward to. As long as Microsoft doesn’t regret jumping on the bandwagon by releasing a limited edition console that looks better than the Mart-Black refrigerator.
Plus, the X series has already taught me things I didn’t know about my TV. Samsung TVs did not have HDR enabled by default at that time (2016). I found it that the Xbox kept saying that I was not using an HDR10 compatible display.
This will allow you to dive into the settings depth and enable HDR for each HDMI port. However, it is not really labeled as having anything to do with HDR. Samsung hoped that someone you knew or at least somewhere in the forum would point you in the right direction. So it’s definitely a win for Microsoft and one more thing I can keep against Samsung. That victory alone may not be worth $ 500, but it is a victory.
I wonder why I spent so much money on a shiny new console that I just barely touched, but I would not go so far as to say that I have a serious buyer regret. I need to better manage my time and find a few games that interest me a little more to choose that controller.