As pretty as the Xbox One is, it won’t come with a whole lot of backwards compatibility. Neither your Xbox 360 games nor any games purchased for the 360 digitally through the Xbox game store will work on your brand new One due to the new console’s very different hardware structure. You will be able to transfer your Gamer Score, so there’s that.
In an incredibly stupid move, the Nintendo powers that be have decided to call a virtual “same-sex” avatar option as “human relations that become strange.”
Earlier today, Microsoft unveiled the new Xbox, called the Xbox One. As evident by the new minimalistic boxy design, the One is being billed less as just a console and more of a home entertainment portal, where games, music, movies and TV shows all share more or less equal billing. And as expected, the One also comes with a newer version of Kinect built in, so that ordering your Xbox around to play games or find movies will become commonplace.
In the original Legend of Zelda for the NES, there were a total of 32 items you could get throughout the game to finish your quests and win the game. At the time, filling up that inventory with books and swords and scrolls and rafts and boots made you feel like the biggest badass ever. And now some dude has 3D printed every single one of those items, making him the biggest badass ever. Well not ever, but for today.