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[Edit]: Okay, on the Xbox One: I did an awesome thing in BF4, I told my One to "record that!" I then went to the Home screen, opened the Upload app, watched what I just did all replay style, then went back into the very MP match I was in BF4 and kept playing without missing a beat.
Original Xbox: I'd say Phantom Dust... I played it for 15min at a friends house. That weekend went into Gamestop and said, "I'm looking for a fighting game, but.... different?" The guy walks to the back of the store, and comes back with a copy and says, "this it?" I bought that brand new for $7 and it is easily one of my most favorite games of all time. summoning abilities and weapons, semi-destructible environments, crazy story... that game was awesome!
Halo: CE Blood Gulch Deathmatch would come in a close second...
GT: Foosay Yeah, that sounds like something I would say.
Honestly I bought my Xbox to complete the collection. I had got a Gamecube and a ton of games like a month before and I had a nice little game center set up and money to blow so I went ahead and got an Xbox for the hell of it.
My first wow moment was unboxing it and feeling how heavy and quality the wires felt. The original Xbox just felt expensive, specially compared to the super light Gamecube with its super short controller cords.
Honestly, this is something I never thought about until now. I agree with that. The spindly, rubbishy thin RGBs etc that came with the other consoles at the time always seemed so frail, and the Gamecube's controllers (as gorgeously-designed as they are) had a cable as long as my... er... torso. Which isn't that long as I'm only 5'7.
No, but I agree. Xbox as a console - the machine itself - has real heft. It's like BOOM. IN THE ROOM.
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