Recently, Ivan blogged about a deal at Best Buy where you can pre-order the Xbox One Sunset Overdrive special edition for $400. The deal is still one and in fact, the bundles have already began to be shipped out but if you don't want a white console and you would prefer to get a different game than the Sunset Overdrive one, then get your console at the Microsoft Store instead becasue you can currently get it for $369, which is a $30 discount from its original price of $400. Plus, it will also be shipped absolutely free.
I'm more of a PlayStation kind of gal myself, but if I was looking into getting an Xbox One, I would probably prefer to go for the black one anyways as it just looks classier and would fit better with my decor. That's just me but for anyone with kids, an Xbox One may be the way to go, especially with Christmas right around the corner. Just yesterday, GameCentral wrote a very informative article on Metro.co.uk about why they would choose to buy an Xbox One this Christmas and among the top pros listed were: more and better games, the advantages of Xbox Live over the PlayStation Network, EA Access and the use of apps.
With 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive, you can play games, movies and much more. In fact, here's what one reviewer had to say about it:
This is such a great product, and the multi tasking is really neat. bluray movies, online games, TV, this does everything you need for a gaming machine and then the home entertainment as well. 100% recommend to family, friends and everyone in between.
Everywhere else, this console is priced at $400.
With the purchase of this console at the Microsoft Store, you can also get a 12-month Xbox LIVE gold membership for $44.99 instead of $59.99. At its reduced price, it comes down to just $ per month and it's definitely a must-have for any Xbox gamer. On top of special member discounts of up to 75% off, you will also get access to free games and advanced multiplayer access, which means that you will be able to play games remotely with your friends.
Moosers, are you planning on getting a console for Christmas? Will it be a PS4 or an Xbox One?
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