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User Info: Sheep_Overlord

3 years ago#1
Just wondering, GameFAQS: how do you pronounce the system name? Do you say the full "Xbox One"? Do you pronounce it "Ecks-Bone" like the chaps at Microsoft have come to accept as the popular term? Or do you have a more interesting name for it? I know at least one guy who is insistent on calling the system the "crossbone", for example.


User Info: SilentS89

3 years ago#2

User Info: Reflex-Arc

3 years ago#3
EcksBeeOh and/or EcksBone, typically.
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User Info: embrandedone

3 years ago#4

Sorry, you set them up and I knock 'em down. -- The Xbox One Board

User Info: Gambitbuzzkill

3 years ago#5
For the most part I just say XBOX.

User Info: BudWisenheimer

3 years ago#6
My buddy pronounces it xbOWN so that it doesn't sound so effete.

User Info: Draconas_Lyrr

3 years ago#7
I pronounce it, "Ecks-bone."

It's the one thing I really like about the system, it has an awesome nickname.
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Difference between "a" and "an": "a" comes before consonant sounds, "an" before vowel sounds.

User Info: yanksfan4247

3 years ago#8
X1, Xbox One, or "the one"
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User Info: PsyEd

3 years ago#9
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User Info: Ironman06

3 years ago#10
Doesn't matter what I call it, my mom is going to call it a Nintendo.
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