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Microsoft's Xbox One Received Mixed Reviews

Eight years after the launch of Xbox 360, Microsoft unveils its next generation video games console, the Xbox One.

During an event that was broadcasted from Microsoft headquarters all over the world, Don Mattrick, president of the interactive entertainment business at Microsoft talked about the new voice and motion-controlled device and said that this is an "all-in-one system" for games, live television and entertainment. The announcement came right after Microsoft’s rival Sony revealed details about a new PlayStation and Nintendo released the Wii U last year.

The console that looks like a TiVo is seen by many as an upgrade more than an overhaul on physical design, internal horsepower, and social connectivity.

"Team Xbox is on a new mission - design and build an all-in-one system to light up a new generation of games, TV and entertainment." Don Mattrick added. The system gives you the opportunity to play a game and Skype at the same time, enjoy a live sporting while checking stats online, watch a movie and check the latest notifications on Facebook.

The previous console sold a reported 77 million Xbox all over the world. The new one has a Kinect camera sensor that analyses body movement and read the user’s heartbeat, a game pad, a blu-ray drive and comes with the possibility of using Skype. It also comes with 15 exclusive games in the first year. Unfortunately, the Xbox 360 games won’t be available for the Xbox One hardware.