Microsoft Reveals Some Aussie Entertainment Stats & The Xbox Onesie

Microsoft has released the results of a June 2016 survey on Australian media consumption habits that was commissioned in honour of the Xbox One S launch in Australia. The results show that four in five Australians are streaming up to ten hours of media a week, especially episodes of The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones, and MasterChef. Australians name Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider, and FIFA as th...

CC Weekly #3 – Outlast II delayed, Xbox One S Review!

Not a huge news week this week but there were still some interesting horror game news to be announced. Capcom have confirmed that Green Herbs will be the main source of medicine in their upcoming game Resident Evil 7. Outlast II has been delayed and I am interested to know your thoughts on game delays. I also reviewed the Xbox One S and did a cheeky little unboxing video! Gaming News – Hitma...

Xbox One S Review

Manufacturer: Microsoft Release Date: August 2, 2016 Price: $548 AU – Available Here The Xbox One S is here and to be honest I didn’t really need to get one, but after watching the trailers with the epic dubstep music I just couldnt help myself. This new console promises to be Sleeker, Slimmer and Sharper and to be honest it lives up to most of those expectations. Microsoft have done an amaz...

Xbox One S to Launch in Australia on August 2

Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One S will be coming to Australia on August 2nd. The 2TB Launch Edition features a slimmed down design and a built in power supply. Most importantly, the console will support 4K Ultra HD with High Dynamic Range. Some minor quality of life changes have also been added to the front of the console, such as an IR blaster, and re-positioned USB 3.0 port and control...

Xbox One S Slim Model Officially Announced, Priced at $299

Microsoft took to the stage during their E3 2016 press conference and kicked things off by announcing that they are indeed planning on releasing a slim version of Xbox One. The slim version will simply be called Xbox One S and will be priced at $299, the same as the console currently costs right now. This new version of the console is described as being 40% smaller than the original Xbox One, will...

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