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Xbox One X review: a perfect pitch to a demanding demographic
The Xbox One X is sleek and significant upgrade that should edge Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro down the wishlist Its creators claim it is one of the most powerful gaming consoles on Earth, now the newly launched Xbox One X from Microsoft is after a new accolade - to beat its rival Sony to dominate (...)
[The Guardian]

How not to turn child abuse into a game
A trailer for David Cage’s Detroit: Become Human hints at the danger of trivialising sensitive social issues To what extent might a semi-autonomous robot maid be able to intervene in domestic abuse cases of the future? The question underpins Detroit: Become Human, a forthcoming PlayStation game (...)
[The Guardian]

Sony comes back from the brink, and it’s not all thanks to Spider-Man
After losing more than £3bn in 2012, Japan’s tech giant is fighting its way back to record profits under Kazuo Hirai, partly by working with Apple rather than trying to beat it. Investments in PlayStation and TV production have also helped Six years after reporting its biggest-ever loss, Sony is (...)
[The Guardian]

Ataribox has $250-300 price point, Linux core, custom AMD chip
Ars Technica: The spec sheet, as announced, is still pretty vague, but Atari has confirmed a few notable things, starting with a price point between $250 and $300. In exchange for costing roughly as much as a Nintendo Switch, Xbox One S, or PlayStation 4, the Ataribox will come packed with an (...)
[OSNews]

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