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Hey-o, everybody! First of all, I must apologize for my inactivity. You know how life gets in the way sometimes. Homework, chores, and all that lovely junk 'n' jazz. Annnnnywho, I'm here to discuss with you, my friends, some noticeable qualities I've observed about este Xbox One. May-haps it is an outdated topic by now, but all the better. I can be the rebel.
My family got one not so long ago, maybe several months back at most, and so far I enjoy it. It's neat. I mean, who doesn't enjoy what is, essentially, on a basic level, a machine with the average intelligence of your friendly-neighborhood canine?
If you really think about it, that's exactly how smart it is. That probably sounds a bit demeaning--I'm sorry Xbox One, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings--but in a way, it's true.
To prove my point to you, comrades, let us dissect, break down, and analyze exactly what our sleek new game system here is capable of:
It knows voice commands.
It recognizes you when you walk in the room.
Hmm. This is reminding me of something here. Oh, that's right! My puppy! :D It just feels like nobody has really made that connection yet, so naturally, it's the fabulous Shoko's job to swoop in and fix that.
Bottom line: Xbox One is a computerized doggy!
That's not to say that it's not a brilliant and extremely handy gaming system, of course. Sometimes, when I feel like letting out my tomboy side, I partake in Le Video Games, so I know. You no longer have to go through the pain of signing in on your own. You just walk in the room, command the Xbox to turn on, and BAM you're logged in. Not to mention that you can now have a totally pimped-out profile picture of your avatar, with assorted backgrounds, poses, and the like.
However, there are some downsides to this Xbox One as well.
Like, for example, I dunno, maybe the video camera that you literally cannot turn off? The fact that the Xbox One is always listening?
Maybe I'm paranoid like that. But you know, sometimes I wonder how much privacy you can have when a hacker, or the government, or whoever already has a camera installed in your house......and they didn't even have to pay for it.
Well, on that chipper note, I must depart to beautiful Mermacorn land and ascend to the next level of mermacorn tree consciousness. Farewell, comrades.