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Xbox One Console - Includes TitanFall

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Xbox One Console - Includes TitanFall

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Xbox one consle - includes titanfall

5

this bundle is excellent the detail in the graphics in titan fall is soo good and the xbox is just boss and if you buy the xbox one with kinect and no game and buy a game sepertate its more exspenive so get this one.

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box One

5

Great System, great price, great service nothing else to be said!

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Excellent

5

I received my Xbox One and I was eager to get it up and running. As always with anything hardware and software related, there were updates to be started as soon as you turn it on. These are annoying, but need to be endured. After the updates, the Xbox one runs like a dream. Pros. Noise: I've had two Xbox 360's - the Premium and also the Whisper. Both sound like an airport when compared with the Xbox One, which runs very quietly. You can watch a movie without having to increase the volume on your speakers to cover the noise of fans - from the xbox or the power brick. Kinect: The Kinect is always on. This can be seen as being both good and bad. Once you learn the various commands which are fairly simple as Microsoft have ensured every selectable item is in Green font once you say "Xbox" e.g. "Xbox, go to friends". My favourites are the simple commands, which should have been available with the previous Kinect and Xbox - "Xbox, turn on" and "Xbox, turn off". When the Xbox is turned on, as long as you have setup the Kinect ID and are within range of the Kinect, you are automatically logged in. Has worked 100% of the time for me so far, which is impressive. Gameplay: Games run without complaint, although I have no idea how much of the computing potential is utilised by any of the games. The only lag experienced has been down to connectivity issues. There isn't much more to say on the gameplay as it stands, as if it wasn't an improvement in graphics or speed over the previous Xbox's, it would be a real disappointment! Controller: Following on from the previous iteration of controller, this controller is very comfortable to hold and use. Unlike the Playstation controllers which have always been uncomfortable for me over a long period of time. The only complaint I have is around the bumpers, which at first seemed less accessible than in previous generations. General use: The app store on the One is still limited as far as British video-on-demand services are concerned - no iPlayer, 4OD etc. This is disappointing, as I would have seen the One as a great opportunity for these major broadcasting corporations. Amazon Instant Video is however available and has been put to great use so far. Kinect voice commands still work with this app which makes it's use a joy. You don't have to pick up the controller at all. Finally..Titanfall I won't go on about the other games I have, as they weren't part of this bundle. Titanfall can be best described as a mix between Battlefield 4, COD and maybe armoured core. You shoot a load of people (including grunts (NPCs) and other players), you collect points from attacking objectives and you get to pilot a massive armoured mech, destroying people and mechs until you yourself, probably get destroyed. Either by another mech or by players shooting your mech...or even "rodeoing" - climbing on board and shooting out your core. Painful to say the least. I haven't had this much fun with a game for a long time. Cons: Kinect. Although I love how the experience has been improved, I still worry about the data which is collected when you're watching. Microsoft have made statements to the affect of "We don't collect anything from audio / visual inputs". Doesn't mean I feel any less comfortable about being fully...relaxed in front of the xbox. Voice commands can also be lost amongst noise from the speakers. Game availability: It's no secret that there aren't many games currently out for the Xbox One. This is the same for any new hardware. I can only hope that availability increases quickly and prices drop... Backwards compatibility - or lack there of is an issue, but not unexpected considering the move from 32 to 64-bit architecture. I genuinely can't think of any other cons at present. I'm happy with my console, the games I have and the user experience.

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X1 plus Titanfall

5

Amazing console, kinect is like a second person living with you, clear commands and voice recognition. Titanfall is by far the shooter of 2014 of your into your robotics and what not. Great purchase fully satisfied !

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Microsoft's newest triumph

4

So what can i say about the xbox one that you haven't read or heard already? Well it must be said that its not perfect, not yet anyway. i am confident that with subsequent updates the little glitches and problems will be solved by microsoft before too long. What is worth highlighting is the transition between apps and games. The xbox does it with such ease its hard to believe sometimes. So far i have played zoo tycoon and forza 5, and once you've put the disc in and waited the 10-15 minutes it takes to update them, get to enjoy this marvelous machine at work. The graphics are obviously mind numbingly good, and the console seems to save constantly so that you can pick up wherever you left off. To sum up, i love my xbox one, and i'm sure that that love will grow with every day..........Thank you microsoft.

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Excellent Retailer

5

I cant say how impressed i was with the service i received from Zavvi. From offering the best price on the internet to free fast delivery. Everything went smoothly and my new Xbox One arrived within a few days in perfect condition. If i could have given 6 stars i would've.

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Xbox One Console - Includes TitanFall

5

This is an excellent product it is just as described and arrived on time. I would highly recommend this.

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It's a wait and see

4

I bought this as it was the best price out there. The console is good and the potential is there, is say wait and see as it is in its infancy in terms of games.

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Xbox One Console - Includes TitanFall

5

Brilliant.

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Light Years Ahead of the 360

5

I recently bought the Titanfall bundle and was a bit sceptical of the quality of the console after having had at least 5 Xbox 360s over the years. So far so good as far as I am concerned. The machine itself looks nice, but best of all it is quiet. My 360 was like an aeroplane taking off at times! The console and kinect were very easy to set up and configure. The kinect voice recongnition and pick up of movement are superb. It even understands my broad Scottish accent. The dashboard is relatively easy to use but takes a bit of time to get used to after the sleek 360 dashboard. The controller isn't too far removed from the 360 one, but it feels solid build and can even be updated by linking it to the console via a USB cable. The headset is much improved compared to the bog standard 360 one. Much more comfortable and the communications are much clearer. Titanfall is a blast. An excellent addition to the online multiplayer market. I highly recommend this bundle.

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