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Platform : Xbox One
Rated: Unknown
684 customer reviews

Price: £339.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Includes Kinect Sensor for Xbox One
  • Wireless Controller
  • Chat Headset
  • HDMI cable and Power Supply
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Game Information

  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Media: Console
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Edition: Kinect
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  • Product Dimensions: 36.6 x 32 x 19.2 cm ; 4.5 Kg
  • Release Date: 22 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (684 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 538 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Tec-know on 3 Nov. 2014
Edition: Kinect
Was playing the waiting game to purchase a new next(now)gen console to see which offered a more exciting future. Was originally leaning towards the PS4 due to the hype surrounding it. But having now played and experienced both consoles, with enough time to make my finale decision, thanks to a friend(who has both) - I ended-up buying ONE! Playing (games on One where borrowed) Diablo, Shadow of Mordor, Thief, Fifa 15, AC only to see if there was any real noticeable, or obvious game changing/graphical difference between consoles: For me personally I didn't notice any real standout/obvious difference that made me say 'WOW I can really see the graphical difference on this console over the other!". In honesty it was minor at best! Though PS4 looked a bit sharper with AC and SoM. Thief looked a little better on ONE. Diablo and Fifa14 looked almost, if not, the same; Fifa/Thief on One did have the advantage of added Kinect features. In reality when playing I realized that graphically there wasn't a concern or any real graphical differences between the two. Unless you force yourself to notice and start to nitpick on small/minor graphical differences, usually when pausing the game, which most won't even care or even notice the difference! You won't notice as so-far they look, felt, or closely looked the same - It really didn't become a issue that will make you care. ONE was a more enjoyable experience due to the ability of having Kinect features for Fifa, Thief that added a bit of extra fun esp. Fifa shouting orders/formations to your team when playing online. Killzone looked gorgeous on PS4, Ryse looked amazing too on One.Read more ›
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118 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Dazzo on 14 Sept. 2014
Edition: Kinect
I didn't buy my console from Amazon but the sheer amount of lies in the one star ratings is disgusting (anyone reading reviews before deciding should read up on the ridiculous console fanboy war first) . And almost none are verified purchases. So here's an unbiased review.

I bought the console on day one and to be fair it was a bit ropey to start. The build quality of the console is to the same high quality as the 360 (apart from the controller) and every component feels like it's high end. If I had one complaint about the build it would be that it looks rather uninspired in my opinion.

The day one controller broke within a week so had to be replaced. However the next controller felt much better and is still going.

Kinect can be amazing, if you put the time in. It takes time for it to learn how to tell you apart from others (possibly four attempts) but when it does it's flawless. It also has a night vision and thermal camera so will still see you in total darkness. If you take time to calibrate the voice commands to your rooms ambient noise then those are very clever too. However unless you put the time in (about half an hour of messing with it) kinect can be frustrating, loading the wrong profile and not hearing you. However if you're one of the conspiracy lunatics that thinks the government is actually interested in watching you as you watch tv or listening to your conversations about Game of Thrones or are simply plotting to take over the world then a kinectless version is available.

At first the consoles software seemed limited, but almost a year after release and dozens of updates I have to say it's fast becoming a one stop media machine. You can even use it to stream tv to any device with smartglass.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S on 22 Nov. 2013
Edition: Kinect
I'll break this down into sections: -

Console hardware - The hardware is great. It's bigger than the PS4, but also much quieter (literally half as loud under load) thanks to the larger fan that doesn't need to spin as quickly to disperse heat. The fan never ramps up and you can barely hear it. Connectivity options are good, with USB ports on the side and back, as well as the usual HDMI, optical etc. ports.

Controller - The controller is definitely an improvement on the 360 controller. The stick tops are smaller and the sticks have less resistance. If you're coming from a 360 controller, at first you might find the feel a bit off, but once you get used to it you won't want to go back to a 360 controller. The triggers have rumble motors built into them now, so that you get extra feedback in certain games, Forza 5 for instance. The D-pad is much improved. The battery bump on the back is gone. The controller also works as a wired controller on both the PC and Xbox One when connected via a USB cable - wired in the true sense of the word, so the actual controller commands are sent through the cable, rather than it just being used to power it.

Kinect hardware - Kinect 2.0 is improved over the original. There's no motor in it now, so it tracks you via software, and it's had a resolution bump. Latency is lower. It can see you in the dark as it has what's effectively night vision. Kinect works as a universal remote control, so you can set it up so that when you turn your Xbox One on, it'll turn on your TV and receiver/amp at the same time, which is a really nice feature, especially when you say "Xbox on" and do it via voice.

Dashboard - The dashboard has seen numerous updates since launch.
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