Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 16th Jun 2012 09:57 UTC
Games "A newly leaked 56-page document sheds some light on the company's plans, for what it calls the 'Xbox 720'. The presentation appears to be from August 2010, and references future improvements like SmartGlass, a Metro dashboard, and Xbox TV apps. Alongside its incremental Xbox 360 updates, Microsoft has a clear vision for its next-generation Xbox 720 console - we've dug into its plans to bring you the best bits." It's important to note the documentation is already two years old - a lifetime in the technology world. Still interesting, though. Now if you don't mind - back to Half-Life 2 on my plain old soon-to-be-outdated Xbox 360.
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by nt_jerkface on Sun 17th Jun 2012 02:06 UTC
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I really don't think graphics matter as much as they used to. I think most 360 owners would rather have more games.

Let pc gamers obsess over which gpu can render the most butt hairs. I play games for fun and while the ps2 was definitely looking jaggy during the height of its popularity I think the 360 has hit a sweet spot. The only game that really looks like it needs an upgrade compared to the pc is COD and I don't play that series anyways.

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