Xbox One
The official Xbox One logo.
Developer Microsoft
Console type Home console
Backwards compatibility None
Forwards compatibility None

The Xbox One is a home console released on November 22, 2013 by Microsoft Corporation. The console is a part of the eighth generation of video game consoles, competing against the Wii U and Playstation 4. Microsoft and other publications have also described the console as an "all-in-one entertainment centre", making it a competitor to platforms such as Apple TV and Google TV.

Moving away from the PowerPC based architecture used in the Xbox 360, the console features an AMD processor built around the x86-64 instruction set. The console places an increasing emphasis on entertainment and integration with the Kinect peripheral, offering the ability to use an existing set-top box to watch live television programming (augmented by an enhanced program guide with support for voice commands), a built-in Skype client, and improved second screen support. The console also provides new functionality for use in games, such as an expanded Xbox Live service, improved Kinect functionality, cloud computing, the ability to automatically record and share video highlights from gameplay, and integrated support for live streaming gameplay online.

The console's initial policies surrounding online connectivity requirements, mandatory integration with Kinect, and ambiguous restrictions on the resale and sharing of used games led to mixed reviews and concerns after the console's reveal. In response to these criticisms, Microsoft announced they would be dropping these features

List of GamesEdit

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