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First Xbox One TV Commercial Shows No Games

Posted on Friday, September 6 @ 06:20:05 Eastern by


Microsoft's marketing campaign for the Xbox One began last night to coincide with the start of Football season. Which might be why the television commercial shows absolutely no games, no gaming, and only things pertaining to Football... like Fantasy Football, watching NFL games, and the Skyping your friends to talk about, well, Football.

Did you know that it has Football on it? Or a better question for anyone that actually sees this commercial: Did you know that this thing plays games?

Is Microsoft getting back into that TV services over games shenanigans that was saw at the Xbox One reveal? Or is this smart marketing to the American public that'll be sitting on the couch, pounding beers and buffalo wings while watching Sunday Night Football? (That actually sounds pretty great right about now)
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