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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller surprised us when it was first announced. Both its price ($149.99/£119/AU$199.95 from the Microsoft Store) and its purpose seemed misaligned with the image Microsoft wanted to put out there, especially after the Xbox One’s slow start out of the gate. Since the first Elite has been succeeded by an upgraded pad,
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The Xbox One S launched three years after the original Xbox One. Back in 2016, it captured our attention as a quieter, smaller, higher-quality gaming machine that showed-off the capabilities of the current-gen console. But the question is: can we still recommend it even though Microsoft has since released the more powerful Xbox One X?
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Should you buy an Xbox One? Microsoft’s console first arrived nearly nine years ago, helping  to usher in the eighth generation of video game consoles. Unfortunately, the Xbox One family has been completely discontinued. We’d previously seen the original Xbox One replaced by three updated machines: the Xbox One S, the discless Xbox One S
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. (Photo: Triyansh Gill/Unsplash)From YouTube and Netflix to arcade games and virtual sketch pads, Teslas are known for their vast infotainment options. The luxury electric vehicle (EV) was among the first to introduce leisurely entertainment options to its central touch screen,
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There’s an early 2000s interview with director Quentin Tarantino in which a conservative pundit berates him about the level of gruesome violence in his movies. Their impassionate pleadings question the need for violence, but they’re met with a ridiculing, frustrated: “Because it’s so much fun, Jan. Get it?” I thought about that interview as I
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