Microsoft's one sheet of Xbox One features stands tall.
Microsoft has put together a page that collates each touted feature for their new console, and the list is long. This bit of information is huge contrast for the Xbox One's initial set of confusing feature reveals.
There is a Best Games section, that lists exclusive games, and exclusive DLC for big tiles, E3 awards, 1080p at 60 frames capability, player-based adaptive AI, and the player choice to buy or sell hard copies or download games digitally "the moment they launch.' In the Best Multiplayer and Service section, there is the 300,000 Xbox Live servers, the ability to play, watch TV, or surf the web while awaiting a match, a "No Jerks" due to reputation system feature, and Smart Match. In the Games Plus Entertainment section, there are items like Skype and NFL, plus the ability to jump from games to TV and back again quickly. And finally, a built for the future section with the new Kinect, Xbox SmartGlass, Game DVR and, next-gen Xbox Live.
The Xbox One is due out on November 22nd.
Author: Brian Hoss