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Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 09:28
de Astal
L'avantage avec le futur test de la console par Xbox-MAG c'est qu'ils vont le faire sur une console retail, donc finale.
Contrairement à Gamekult qui ont utilisé une One debug, donc moins finalisé que la console retail.(ils ont sûrement fais ça pour être les premiers sur le net francophone)

Ce qui veut dire que la One de GK démarre moins rapidement et met un peu plus de temps à lancer les applications que la console finale.

Donc le futur test d' xbox-MAG à surveiller de près. :)

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:01
de Real-Spawn
Non. Le premier boot de la console met presque une minute. Après les MAJ, la console met 10 secondes. Normalement, c'est ainsi.

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:26
de Real-Spawn
PS : Mail de la FNAC, ma Xbox One est là, je n'ai qu'à aller la chercher 8O
Je rêve...
Le truc c'est que j'ai préco une autre console à Carrefour pour bénéficier de leur offre...

Donc voilà, si des gens de Paris veulent une Xbox One dès aujourd'hui, je leur file ma préco :)

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:32
de Phlorent
Real-Spawn a écrit:PS : Mail de la FNAC, ma Xbox One est là, je n'ai qu'à aller la chercher 8O
Je rêve...
Le truc c'est que j'ai préco une autre console à Carrefour pour bénéficier de leur offre...

Donc voilà, si des gens de Paris veulent une Xbox One dès aujourd'hui, je leur file ma préco :)


OLALALLALALALA, tu penses qu'on peut les récupérer aujourd'hui? J'en doute perso...

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:34
de Astal
Real-Spawn a écrit:Non. Le premier boot de la console met presque une minute. Après les MAJ, la console met 10 secondes. Normalement, c'est ainsi.


Ah ok, merci de corrigé ;)

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:39
de Real-Spawn
Pas de prob Astal :)
Oui on peut les chercher aujourd'hui, dans mon mail c'est précisé !

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 10:54
de Mig
Sympa de pouvoir la prendre aujourd'hui.
Moi je viens d'aller checker mon compte Fnac et pas d'envoi encore.

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 11:06
de Stv
Real-Spawn a écrit:PS : Mail de la FNAC, ma Xbox One est là, je n'ai qu'à aller la chercher 8O
Je rêve...
Le truc c'est que j'ai préco une autre console à Carrefour pour bénéficier de leur offre...

Donc voilà, si des gens de Paris veulent une Xbox One dès aujourd'hui, je leur file ma préco :)


Toi tu vas faire des jaloux sur ce topic :mrgreen:

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 11:24
de Phlorent
Et voila, impossible de bosser... Mais j'ai toujours pas eu de SMS moi :(

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 11:54
de shakanico
Real-Spawn a écrit:PS : Mail de la FNAC, ma Xbox One est là, je n'ai qu'à aller la chercher 8O
Je rêve...
Le truc c'est que j'ai préco une autre console à Carrefour pour bénéficier de leur offre...

Donc voilà, si des gens de Paris veulent une Xbox One dès aujourd'hui, je leur file ma préco :)


Est ce que ca veut dire qu'ils vont mettre les consoles en vente publiquement ajd ?

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 12:00
de Real-Spawn
Je ne sais pas, je pense pas, surement que ceux qui ont réservé pour le moment...

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 12:45
de Paco
Astal a écrit:L'avantage avec le futur test de la console par Xbox-MAG c'est qu'ils vont le faire sur une console retail, donc finale.
Contrairement à Gamekult qui ont utilisé une One debug, donc moins finalisé que la console retail.(ils ont sûrement fais ça pour être les premiers sur le net francophone)


Astal, il n'y a pas de version debug de la Xbox One.

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 12:47
de kobal
un récap des appréciations sur la console
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2 ... oundup-ps4

Microsoft's Xbox One console goes on sale at midnight on 22 November in the UK, as part of its wider global launch. It's going head-to-head with Sony's PlayStation 4 – as well as the newly Super Mario 3D Worlded-up Nintendo Wii-U – in the next-generation console battle.

So, is it any good? The Guardian's games team is hard at work putting the Xbox One through its paces for a review, but in the meantime, other outlets have published their initial verdicts. And that's the trend across the board: a recognition that Xbox One at launch is still a work in progress, with plenty more evolution in store over the coming years for its features, services and games.

Bouquets go to its familiarly-excellent controller; deeper integration of Kinect voice commands to control the system; the ability to flip quickly between TV and games, or do both simultaneously; the handy SmartGlass second-screen app for smartphones and tablets; and Skype video calls.

Brickbats are flung at the console's launch lineup: some decent exclusives, but also some flawed titles; the fact that it costs $100 more than Sony's PS4; the delayed ability to stream your gaming feats live using Twitch; and the lack of backwards compatibility with Xbox 360.

Broadly, though, the first reviews are very positive, while warning that unless you're a hardcore PlayStation or Xbox-phile, the sensible approach would be to wait a few months before deciding between them. Read on for some of the key verdicts on Xbox One, as it gets set for launch.
Polygon (8/10)

"In many ways, the Xbox One's bold direction for the future is well in place. The integration of voice controls and its media strategy are a boon to everyone, and the ability to run apps while playing games is something we now want on every gaming console we have. That it has a handful of strong, exclusive games at launch only supports its legitimacy as a gaming console and not just an entertainment hub.

The Xbox One is an impressive marriage of software and hardware that raises the bar in terms of what we expect from a living-room machine. Looking forward more than it looks back, the Xbox One feels like it's from the future."

Pocket Lint (5/5)

"In the course of putting a finger in every pie, however, Xbox One will face many challenges: gamers who don't like the dilution, TV fans who feel the same way, AV enthusiasts who are left scratching their heads over exactly how it all fits together, while having to accommodate all the app needs from gaming, to TV, to everything else.

But this is the first salvo in a assault on your living room. On day one, you're faced with a platform digging in for the future. This is the Xbox One."

Gizmodo

"For now, the Xbox One is one impressive living room box machine—and it more than justifies its $500 dollar price with the inclusion of at least $100-worth of set-top boxitude—but you're going to be better off waiting for a little while to see how things shake out.

But—and this is admittedly a sizable but—if the Xbox One can straighten the few little quirks it has with some software tweaks, this thing is going to be unstoppable in a way the PS4 could never touch. It's too versatile, too feature-ridden, too future."

Joystiq

"The success of the Xbox One is largely dependent on what you need for the living room, and whether you intend to use the system for multiple forms of media, with multiple people in mind. The user interface feels cluttered at times, and it has a definite learning curve, but it's also easy to carve out a quick and comfortable groove for yourself as you jump between a game and a few different applications. The Xbox One's app-driven interface is full of possibilities, living alongside quirks to be learned or updated in future."

TechCrunch (7/10)

"It’s important to stress that one key term: “Day One”. The current state of the Xbox One — and the PS4, for that matter — is quite likely very, very different from what the same consoles will look like when we all move on to the next next generation. Compare the Xbox 360 on Day One to the 360 today; from the games to the interface, it’s almost unrecognizable. Both Microsoft and Sony are laying the runway for the next few years, so make your decisions as progress unfolds."

Boing Boing (8/10)

"If you need guidance, all I can suggest is to be patient. The Xbox One and the PS4 are similar, and both have unexciting launch titles. If you're not sure which to get, wait a week or two; see what games get good buzz from players as well as critics. If you're not sure whether to get either, there's no harm waiting until there's more to do with the next-gen consoles, period, before making a choice. And if you're waiting for validation on a decision you've already made: go buy it already. The Xbox One is fine. 8/10! You'll be happy with it. Eventually."

The Verge (7.8/10)

"Nearly everything that could be great someday isn't great right now. The Kinect is an incredible piece of raw machinery and engineering, but it's not implemented well into games, nor does its voice control provide a truly fast, seamless way to navigate the operating system. The TV integration is an awkward hodgepodge of menus and overlays and dead ends. There's a massive opportunity for Windows apps to turn the Xbox into something no one could have imagined, but it's as yet gone unexplored. Some of these are easily solved problems, but others — cable integration in particular — are a much steeper uphill climb."

TheNextWeb

"The Xbox One’s $499 price will deter many potential customers, but Microsoft has built so much more than a gaming console. If you already have an Apple TV or other set-top box, you’ll find much of the functionality to be redundant, but the Kinect’s voice control features make it worth consolidating TV, Netflix, games and Skype all onto a single input.

When the Xbox One arrives on Friday, its combination of exclusive gaming content with a next-generation media consumption experience will make it one of the most exciting gadgets around this holiday season."

Telegraph (4/5)

"After a week in the company of the Xbox One, their all-on-one posturing makes far more sense to me than it did several months ago. Even those that demand their console to be focussed on games first and foremost may be quietly impressed by the Xbox One’s functionality, a seamless dashboard serving up gaming, movies and music in a fluid and easy fashion. But there are caveats, a sense that the demands of the next-generation can bog down the core pursuit of playing a video game."

Mashable

"Among the titles available at launch, there isn't a clear blockbuster, but with huge games like Titanfall and Destiny coming in March 2014, it won't be too long until that changes. The streaming services are just as good as they were on the Xbox 360, although the Live TV offering comes with a few caveats. The Kinect integration, however, really is a novel way to switch between apps. Overall, the Xbox One experience is polished and stimulating, and it sets the groundwork for great gaming in the years to come."

Mirror (5/5)

"Potentially groundbreaking titles like Titanfall, Watch Dogs and Destiny aren’t due for release until next year, so you won’t be missing out on too much should you decide to defer splashing out until after the Christmas rush.

That said, early adopters will still have plenty to show off, though. Xbox One is an impressive and powerful piece multimedia machine with the potential to change the way you interact with home technology forever."

Engadget

"The Xbox One may not be exactly what Microsoft thinks it is, but it's still a strong start for a powerful game console. Its sheer speed, versatility, horsepower and its ability to turn on and off with words make it a relatively seamless entry into our already crowded media center. What determines whether it stays there is the next 12 months: Exclusives like Titanfall and Quantum Break will help, as will gaining feature parity with the competition (we're looking at you, game broadcasting!).

For broader success beyond just the early adopter's living room, the NFL crowd must buy in to Microsoft's $500 box. But will they? That remains to be seen. What's there so far is a very competent game box with an expensive camera and only a few exclusive games differentiating it from the competition."

Ars Technica

"As a video game console, the Xbox One offers about what you'd expect from a new Microsoft console: a big, heavy box (though quieter than you might expect), more impressive specs (though less than what you might expect after eight years), an improved controller (though still with a few odd oversights), and some good exclusive games (more reviews are coming but look into Dead Rising 3, Forza 5, Powerstar Golf, and Zoo Tycoon).

As the central hub of a living room entertainment complex, though, Microsoft has a much harder sell. The company needs to prove the Xbox really adds enough value to be worthwhile and to justify the extra cost of the included Kinect over its similar competition."

Kotaku

"I admire what Microsoft is trying to do with the Xbox One, and I'm rooting for them to give their console that final push to get it to where it needs to be. The whole thing is almost there. The Kinect almost works well enough to get me to use it all the time. The TV integration is almost smooth enough to make me plug it into the heart of my living-room setup. Multitasking almost works well enough to get me checking the internet while I play games."

Time

"$500 buys you more than a souped-up gaming portal: the Xbox One is a content assimilation engine, a vanguard move into a market the competition’s still toying around in by comparison. It’s an immature, somewhat glitchy content assimilation engine at this stage, sure, and it shares the PS4′s launch game weaknesses if you’re coming at it from the gaming side, but if you’re an early adopter or you’re already invested in Xbox Live’s social ecosystem, think of it as the jumping off point for a fascinating experiment.

If it’s successful — and I’m not saying it will be; ask me again in four or five years — it has the potential to change everything about TV and streaming media and the living room as we’ve known it for decades."

CVG

"For consumers who use Netflix and Skype as much as Forza, Xbox One presents an attractive multimedia offering this Christmas. But for core gamers Sony's package is perhaps more attractive at the moment, with more visually impressive exclusives (Killzone and Resogun are not matched by anything currently on Xbox One) and the options to stream and share game footage straight away.

Whichever system you chose, neither will entirely fulfil the vision laid out in those bombastic press events earlier this year. The seeds of next-gen gaming have been planted, but they'll need time to flower before your $500 (or $400) purchase can bear fruit."

Fortune

"Microsoft and Sony are positioning their consoles as multi-purpose entertainment hubs for the living room, and some consumers may make their decision simply based on price. (After all, the PlayStation 4 is $100 less.) But if Microsoft can iron out some performance quirks around voice recognition and Snap, the decision won't be too hard: it's far easier to glimpse the future potential in the Xbox One, starting with 10 seconds of time and the simple two-word voice command: 'Xbox on.'"

Huffington Post

"If their old consoles haven't gotten too much mileage, Xbox 360 owners may hold off for a bit and feast on the system's hearty back catalog and new games, none of which will be backwards-compatible with the One.

For home entertainment purposes, those with a more complex setup may want to research how the One could integrate with their needs. For families with a TV and a love of streaming content, the One's customizable profiles that let you pick and choose your favorite channels and apps will be useful."

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 12:50
de TheCypher
Live de présentation de la X1 pr Gameblog prévu dans moins 15 min: http://www.twitch.tv/gameblogfr

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 13:04
de Astal
Paco a écrit:
Astal a écrit:L'avantage avec le futur test de la console par Xbox-MAG c'est qu'ils vont le faire sur une console retail, donc finale.
Contrairement à Gamekult qui ont utilisé une One debug, donc moins finalisé que la console retail.(ils ont sûrement fais ça pour être les premiers sur le net francophone)


Astal, il n'y a pas de version debug de la Xbox One.


Pourtant c'est ce que prétend Gamekult
A noter que sur notre modèle debug,

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 13:08
de Paco
Je pense que c'est une habitude pour parler des consoles fournies par MS.
Le truc de la Xbox One c'est que potentiellement toutes les consoles sont des debug, c'est a priori MS qui active ou non l'option de lire certains fichiers (à distance j'imagine).
Sur la 360, la debug possède un environnement spécifique en plus du dashboard et un accès à un xbox live "parallèle".

Bref, le terme de debug ne me semble plus d'actualité.

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 13:10
de Rick DANGEROUS
Oui pardon, la connexion internet est gratuite, mais c'est le jeu en ligne et la sauvegarde dans les nuages qui est payante.
Mais je trouve ça très cher. Je crois que ça tourne autour de 8€ par mois. Pour ceux qui joue beaucoup en ligne ça peut être vite amorti. Mais pour moi qui jouerais uniquement à l’occasionnel, et qui voudrait bien sauvegardé dans les nuages, je trouve que 8€ c'est execif. On a des tas de "petites charges" mensuelles qui s'acumulent (téléphone, internet, assurances, etc...) et au bout du compte on a une somme conséquente à sortir tous les mois. Donc 8€ tout seul c'est négligeable, mais 8€ plus toute les autre charge c'est pas rien du tout. Bref, pour le servic rendu je trouve que c'est vraiment chère. J'aurais accepté de payer 1€ par mois. Vu le nombre d'abonnés, ça ferais déja un joli magot pour financer la plateforme informatique.

The Owl a écrit:
Euh...la Xbox One c'est parce que c'est "all in one" une box quoi...(mais peut être ton message était il ironique ?? :mrgreen: )


Non je n'étais pas ironique. Et je ne comprend pas pourquoi "all in one" (elle fais aussi le café et la lessive?) a été résumé par "one" ce qui prette vraiment à confusion avec la Xbox 1ère du nom (je ne sais plus comment la nommé ducoup). Autant e trouvait ça bien trouvé "xbox 360", j'aurais préféré une Xbox 720 ou Bien Xbox-futura ou Xbox-infini, paradise, lazero-lame, fulguro-poing ou tarte aux prouts. Enfin, n'importe quoi qui ne soit pas un non-sens et qui porte à confusion avec la vrai 1ère.

Ok, dire que je suis déçu par la console a cause du nom est un tantinet exagéré :lol: . Le jour ou je jouerrais dessus je crois que j’oublierais son nom en chantant du Johnny Halliday!

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 13:20
de Paco
Rick,
L'abonnement est officiellement à 59 euros pour 12 mois, mais tu peux trouver régulièrement des promos et sur le net des sites vendent des abonnements à moins cher (en général on les trouve à 39 euros l'année il me semble).
Si ça peut t'aider à faire quelques économies :)

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 14:33
de MunShy
shakanico a écrit:
Matfer a écrit:Pas nous :nerd: je parlais des sites -surtout US en général :wink: Nous, on a pas encore la console mais on vous réserve une surprise awesome pour très très bientôt 8)


Une Xbox One pour les 10 plus gros posteurs du forum Image


Disons plutôt les 10 plus anciens encore en activité, plutôt que de faire profiter les floodeurs, autant que ce soit à la fidélité !




:cobra:

Re: Xbox One : Infos et rumeurs sur la console

MessagePosté: 20 Nov 2013, 14:59
de Mig
Ryse et Forza ont été expédiés !
Pas d'info sur la One et la seconde manette pour le moment. Je croise les doigts.