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Kashif Khan Kashif Khan 11 November 2022 Follow

Two years have flown by since the Xbox Series X launched, punctuated by events such as the rise and decline of the coronavirus pandemic, a war in Ukraine, and the ever-onward march of technology. Back in 2020 when I reviewed the Xbox Series X, I declared it to be the one Xbox to rule them all.

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On the whole, the Xbox Series X had a fairly unremarkable launch. It lacked much in the way of killer exclusive games, though the same could be broadly said for the PS5, yet it wasn’t blighted by any major bugs or problems to take the shine off. Rather, the worst bit about Microsoft's new flagship console was trying to find an Xbox Series X restock that stuck around for more than a hot minute. 

Luckily the big black box of a games console is much easier to find these days, albeit not at a discount price. The Xbox Series X has a smaller, less powerful and notably cheaper sibling in the Xbox Series S, which is seeing success as an affordable way to get into Xbox gaming with some visual compromises. 

A very capable console  
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The Xbox Series X has evolved as time has matched forward, with new features and optimizations turning it into a more capable and energy-efficient machine. Yet at the same time, there are no standout exclusives for our pick of the best Xbox Series X games that make it a must-buy if you already have a powerful desktop PC, say one of our picks for the best gaming PC.

As much as I love my PS5, mostly for its exclusive games, the Xbox Series X is my console of choice.

 This is due to Microsoft’s continuation of making first-party games available on Windows PCs, Xbox consoles old and new, as well as via Xbox Cloud Gaming — at least in some cases. If you have an Xbox One or Xbox One X and a fast internet connection, you arguably don’t need a next-generation console given you can stream games from the cloud to your console, albeit with slightly less graphical fidelity and more latency. 

But for people like me, who lack robust internet speeds and have a slowly aging gaming PC, the Xbox Series X has grown into a serious gaming machine. As much as I love my PS5, mostly for its exclusive games and some of the proprietary tech it offers, Xbox Series X is my console of choice. 

The Xbox Wireless Controller is a familiar gaming friend; the interface is easy to navigate; and there are all manner of neat features like Quick Resume to make getting from booting up the console and into a game very fast. I find the Xbox Series X to be one of the most reliable game consoles in delivering a consistent gaming experience.

It might not delight as often with some clever haptic feedback like the PS5 does with its DualSense controller. But it facilitates seamless gaming that transports me from flicking away at a controller on my sofa into a virtual world in mere moments. 

A lot of that is thanks to the speedy PCI 4.0 SSD, which delivers superfast loading times, to the extent that it’s quietly revolutionary to my gaming experience. Going back to a gaming laptop where most of my games are on a traditional hard disk and I really notice the irritation of long load times. And the Series X’s 1TB of storage is great compared to the smaller 825GB for the PS5 (of which 667GB is actually usable). 

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