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When it comes to fast-paced gaming, top-rated multiplayer connectivity, and more hardware capabilities than most people know what to do with, Microsoft is at the top of the foodchain. Entering the gaming industry with the Xbox, Microsoft has continued to dominate a large share of the market, capturing the hearts and minds of gamers all over the globe with slick graphics, immersive worlds, and ever-changing technology that continues to make games more and more interactive. For those looking for a new gaming console to add to their collection, the Xbox 360 is a clear choice for those who do not already own the machine. While it's not the latest system from Microsoft, the Xbox 360 console continues to attract gamers with its massive collection of games.

Captivating Gamers Everywhere

The Xbox 360 is the second console in the Xbox series. It was launched in 2005 and was a part of the seventh generation of video game consoles. It gave its chief competitors, Sony and Nintendo, a run for their money, as it fought for market share against the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii. Though the Xbox 360 was originally in short supply at its inception into the gaming world, it is now readily available along with a myriad of video game accessories, like headsets and additional controllers. Captivating gamers everywhere, the Xbox 360 sold much better than its predecessor, the Xbox, and set the stage for Microsoft's eighth generation console, the Xbox One.

The Kinect

The Xbox 360 has several features that make it a very attractive system to own, such as Xbox Live, Microsoft's solution to online multiplayer. But one such device really made waves with the public. In 2010, Microsoft launched the Kinect, the new motion control device that allows users to play games without a controller. The Kinect allows you to control the game through movement of your hands and body, and even incorporates voice commands into the fray. The Kinect is available on its own, but can also come bundled with the Xbox 360. Though the Kinect was originally launched with only 15 games, Microsoft has since greatly increased the number of titles available that are compatible with the device.

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