So, this is what the inside of the next Xbox looks like, apparently.
It’s a deeply interconnected series of coloured boxes with vaguely impenetrable titles, which will somehow allow you to play the next “Gears of War” in eye-wateringly intense super HD vision from the future. Why, it’s almost as if we’re on the verge of a new generation of games consoles, Valve-approved PCs and similar free time monopolising devices of fun…
I’m no technologist, but I know that 8 GB of RAM and an identical number of CPU Cores promise lots of potential to deliver more immersive games worlds. Of course, it’s an arguable point as to whether the complexity of the PS3‘s internal architecture was ever satisfyingly grappled with by most of the multi-platform publishers and developers in this generation of machines – if the 360 couldn’t handle it, it does seem that EA and Activision didn’t exactly shoot for the fences with the systems out there.
Ever played “Dragon Age: Origins” on the PS3? Exactly.
Expect major fireworks to be unleashed come E3 this June – or possibly earlier, if you believe the word on t3h str33tz…
- Nerd Artist Gives The Xbox A Long-Overdue Makeover (kotaku.com)
- Microsoft Xbox 720 specs leak: 8-core CPU and 8GB of RAM (slashgear.com)
- Report: Next Xbox to simply be named ‘Xbox’ (develop-online.net)