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Xbox One Has the Best Games, According to New Ad

Posted on Monday, July 21 @ 13:32:16 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
With exclusive titles like Sunset Overdrive from Insomniac Games and Halo: The Master Chief Collection from 343 Industries launching later this year, Microsoft believes that Xbox One is the console with the best games.

That's what the company is touting in its latest advertisement for Xbox One, at least. We've embedded it below for your viewing pleasure, so check it out!



Which of the Big Three—those being Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, of course—do you think has the best lineup for 2014? Based on what we know is coming in 2015, do you think Microsoft has the potential to pull ahead of Sony and Nintendo?
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