Xbox One X Review: Project Scorpio 4K Gaming Hands On

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Announced a lifetime ago in June of 2016, the Xbox One X—previously known as Project Scorpio—is finally here. And after a week or so of hands on time, here’s how it seems to be measuring up.First thing’s first: The $500 Xbox One X is not a new Xbox, at least not in the traditional console generation sense. It plays the same games as the regular Xbox One (the latest model of which is the slim, white Xbox One s that currently goes for $240 on Amazon). But with more power under the hood, it plays them better, so long as the games are optimized to take advantage.

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