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December 03, 2013 AT 10:53 AM
The Xbox One is an ambitious system. It wants to not just play your games, but control your entertainment system and streaming video as well. All of this relies on a rockstar operating system capable of juggling the entire living room at once, and the Xbox One’s is just not there yet. Reported problems range from loading times, kinect issues, lack of information on available memory, and of course, a few more pernicious hardware difficulties. An Edge editorial entitled “Xbox, Why?” puts it about as savagely as it can, saying “Xbox One’s debut user experience is stuttering, clunky, and a serious challenge to Xbox Live’s long-held status as the premier console service. Bluntly, they take too long to load, don’t offer the functionality that Xbox Live was built on, and are, inexplicably, badly handled by the OS.”