@tds418: Honestly, that thought crossed my mind as well. But the way I look at it is I want to play xbox one more than I do, but the multiplatforms on the base model often suck, so the X is at least going to make them look as good as the PS4 version, if not better. which I'm fine with. and I'm going to get a 4K TV I assume soonish anyway since there getting inexpensive.
@yesiamaduck: interesting. I thought maybe it would just improve FPS and aliasing on a 1080p, not actually increase the resolution itself.
I’m gonna try and get one soon. I’m interesting to see though if MS announces anything around E3 time though. Technically we are about due for a new console from both MS and Sony since it’s been a little over 5 years. But maybe MS and Sony are gonna try and ride out the X and pro more. I do wish MS would do a permanent price cut though, they ha e sales all the time for the X so I think it’s clear it probably would t hurt them too much to drop it by 100 dollars for good.
Does the X actually increase the resolution of a game on a 1080p TV compared to what the resolution of the game would be on a S model? For example, if a game is reported to be at 768P on the S model, will it be bumped up to 1080P on the X?
For some reason my Xbox one (original model) is having issues with instant sign on. It won't log into my profile for almost a minute it seems or it won't at all. so I'm wondering if others are having this issue? and I'm wondering if there are certain steps to fix this issue.
Haven't used android in a few years so maybe my opinion is outdated. but I've always noticed that android is great for like, the first month or so you use it. but the longer and longer you use it the more glitches and bugs you seem to have that aren't in ios. again, maybe recent versions of android are a lot better. but I had more app crashes, drained battery life for no reason, and stuff like that when I used android before. Also, I got kinda fed up with the lack of OS updates on android that are tied up by both the device maker and the service providers, though I suppose if you buy a Pixel phone you could get around that stuff.
Though I will admit choice of different phones like android has is nice.
So, here’s the thing. I probably have atleast 15 games i started playing or still wanted to play but haven’t had finished. Probably close to 20. So I’m wondering how I might tackle this problem, and how maybe you all deal with a gaming backlog? I think knowing I have so many game to finish effects my ability to play, if that makes sense. It’s like paralysis of analysis or something. Should I just write down all the games I wanna play? And narrow it down to a few? Or what should I do? I only have so much time in the day. Anyway, any advice would be helpful.