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Microsoft and Google Are Forging Ahead With Their Own Game Streaming Services

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Xbox 2 Cloud Gaming

For a few years now, we’ve been hearing reports that the future of gaming may be a cloudy one indeed. The concept of streaming your games to devices like a smartphone or laptop has been steadily popping up more and more in both rumors and interviews.

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Cloudy With a Chance of Gaming: How Xbox 2 Could Use Cloud Technology

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Xbox 2 Cloud Gaming

Imagine the year is 2013. Microsoft has been hyping up the release of the Xbox One, and then the other shoe drops. They tell gamers they will need to be online all the time to fully utilize the console. The reason? Cloud technology.

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Time to Upgrade: Is Microsoft Finished With Console Generations?

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XBox Generations

Console generations have always been defined by their leaps in power and functionality. When a new generation was coming, you knew it would be accompanied by better graphics, bigger games, and several years of hit titles. With the release of consoles like the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X, all of that has changed.

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Why Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) Won’t Be The Last Console From Microsoft

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Since the dawn of modern gaming, we’ve always expected consoles to go through a cycle before gracefully bowing out as a new generation takes center stage. With the Xbox One and now XBox One X (Project Scorpio), all of that is changing.

Microsoft isn’t even sure if they’re going to do another generation of consoles after they release Project Scorpio/Xbox Two. Of course, these kinds of claims send a ripple effect through the industry, but I’m here to put your mind at ease. Join me as we discuss Microsoft’s comments and why console players have nothing to worry about.

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Microsoft Enters VR: Why Project Scorpio (Xbox 2) Will Use Oculus Rift

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Xbox 2 Oculus Rift

Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) has been announced and one of the most interesting things we know about Microsoft’s new console is that it will indeed support high-fidelity virtual reality. While we don’t have an exact answer as to which headset the console will support, there’s enough evidence to support our theory that Xbox 2/Project Scorpio will work with the Oculus Rift.

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Why Project Scorpio is Xbox 2 in Disguise

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Xbox 2 Project Scorpio

At E3 2016, Xbox boss Phil Spencer took the stage and announced Project Scorpio, a new console that is promised to be the most powerful console ever made. Promises were made regarding 4K and VR, along with some vague specs, all of which points to one simple truth:

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Gamers Demand The Best: Should Microsoft Announce Xbox 1.5?

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Xbox 1.5

Unless you live under a rock, which if you do I apologize for the phrase, you’ve heard rumors about Sony potentially releasing a PS4.5. This supposed console upgrade is rumored to sport 4K gaming support, better hardware and so on. Honestly, it has gamers a little divided, myself included, but it brings up an interesting question:

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HoloLens Lags Behind, The Xbox 2 Launching First

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Xbox 2 Beats HoloLens

Microsoft is no stranger to bringing innovative new gadgets to the market. While their success is mixed, the HoloLens has turned a lot of heads. While it never received a solid release date, Microsoft has indefinitely delayed the HoloLens until they feel “the world is ready.”

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