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The Series X is GREAT
Love the Series X, the load times are fantastic and mind blowing how fast it is and I love the quick resume feature and the Graphics are great in 4k as well. I heard the rumors how fast and powerful it was but seeing it for myself takes it to a whole new level. I paid a little more than what the retail value was but to get my hands on the Series X before 2021 plus my original Xbox One started giving me problems so the decision to pay a little more to get one made it a lot easy. Love the Series X
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: spicylikcajun
Marketing hype doesn't quite match reality.
Microsoft did a great job marketing this product. Premium price, sold out pre-sale last fall and hard to find one in the stores today. Scarcity breeds desire and you don't care so much what you have to pay to get one. Seems to be working for MS. I only play Destiny 2 and Halo, and will occasionally pop in a DVD using their Blue Ray Player, or a CD using Groove. So far, I don't see any "quantum" leap in graphics or sound that would justify the price. I have a new LG 4K HDR+, Dolby Vision TV paired with a HK Samsung 9000 sound bar, so it isn't my gear holding me back. . . There is much faster access to cloud based games when logging in, and I have yet to be booted out due to connectivity issues. That could just be upgraded servers, not the console itself.. Set up was a breeze and accessing my old Xbox 1 data was seamless. Nice feature. A few clicks and your up and running Maybe as more games come out that are designed specifically for this console it'll knock my socks off, but for now its pretty good,, but just not equal to the hype..
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: atechoutlet
Great Value, great performance, great features
Even on a 1080p 60HZ TV it's great. Load times are fast, graphics and performance is great, backwards compatibility enhances older games, game pass is a great value, and features like Quick Resume are a game changer. My only real complaint is that I couldn't take my external hard drive from my Xbox One, plug it into my series X, and have all my backwards compatible games just work, I had to reformat and reinstall them.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: stiffmeister02
Great console worth every penny spent!
This console is what they say it is and more! The graphics on this console from games that are optimized or made for the Series X is above par and well worth its weight in Gold! The speed of it is like they bottled of The Flash and put him to work inside! The lock isn't as sleek as the PS5's air purifier look but with a good Skin it turns out to be an awesome addition to my entertainment center. Here is the breakdown! Graphics: If you are moving from the original xbox or xbox one to the series x you will notice a huge difference in graphics even on a TV that isn't built for 4K viewing. If you are moving from the One X to the Series X you will notice some changes only to the games that are built or Optimized for the Series X but all games feel better with the speed you gain. Overall the Series X is on par to compete with most gaming PC's that are currently out there and once developers start taking advantage of everything the Series X has to offer I will be surprise if it doesn't beats some gaming PC's on the market today. Right now I give the graphics 4.8 out of 5 stars but will probably be 5 stars within a year.' Speed: Only gaming PC's that have the new PCI4.0 SSD's are as fast loading as the Series X with its games. To have a game load within 15 seconds that normally would take 60s or more on other gen xbox's is beautiful!! And that isn't even talking about the games that support the awesome "quick resume" feature. This feature is something that you don't know you wanted till you start using it!! The quick resume alone is a selling point for Microsoft and their Series X/S consoles. Speed is beautiful in a world that is always moving. I would give the speed a 5 out of 5 star!! If they can learn to make the loading times even faster then boy are we in for some great experiences in the future! Games: This is where, as of now, I have to say I wish there was more to offer! Game Pass alone is awesome for those who are new to xbox. They will have 100's of games available the day they turn on their console that they could experience for the 1st time and that is by far better than any gaming console on the market today. However, if you are looking for exclusive games that are new look great and feels great then there currently isn't much being offered by Microsoft. With their dozens of gaming studios they purchased over the past 5 or so years lets hope that is about to change and come E3 2021 we finally get a list of games that will make anyone want to go out and buy a Series X!!
Verified purchase: No
It's like having an Xbox One with a supercharged upgrade
I own a PS5 and I am terribly happy with it, yet I feel it was worth getting an Xbox Series X as well. The Series X is a more powerful machine, and also the Gamepass service makes it doubly worth getting (there are a lot of games on GamePass that are not on PS Plus and vice versa). I like how all my saves were kept in my Microsoft account in the cloud so I could seamlessly transition from playing my Xbox One games on my Xbox 1 X to playing it on this platform. Xbox Series X does Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos sound as well, so it takes advantage of my home theater's full potential. Lastly, I sold my Xbox Series S to upgrade to this one. I don't miss it at all. If you are in a dilemma about whether to get the Series S now or save up to buy a Series X, don't make the mistake I did. Get the Series X! The Series S won't play your Xbox One games as it is all-digital, and that infuriated me, owning so many XBox One game already. If you already have an Xbox One, and a library of games, then you already have a library set for this console, and they will play better in all cases, and even considerably better if it says "Optimized for Series X" on the back of your disc case. I also want to note that there are many Xbox 360 and original Xbox games that you can play on this machine (they don't cover all of them, but a lot). I was impressed that I could play HAWX for Xbox 360 and it not only played a little more smoothly, but also I could use my Xbox One/ Series S flight controller. At $500.00 it does seem pricey at first, but I look at it this way-- my $1000.00 gaming pc is not even capable of playing some graphics-intensive games like Elden Ring, and this console is. And it plays a lot of the games I play on pc noticeably better. And on that note, if you get gamepass for pc and console and download a pc game, in some cases if there is a corresponding Series X version of it, you can alternate between the two on the same game save. Oh, wow. The only reason I might persuade someone against buying this first, or buying instead of a PS5 is if you like the Sony Exclusive games like Spider-Man, Horizon Forbidden West, and the Uncharted series. Then definitely get a PS5 first (or instead) unless your passion in life is to play Halo 12 when it comes out.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: trillo-4904