The Xbox One S Minecraft Edition is a games console released by Microsoft through their Xbox brand, alongside Mojang who owns Minecraft. Coming with a 1TB Hard Drive, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, HDR Gaming and Video services, and the ability to play backwards compatible Xbox 360 games _ the Xbox One S Minecraft Edition is suitable for ages 7+, but includes fear and partial violence, with the degree depending on what games you play.
What Does the Xbox One S Minecraft Edition Come With?
The Xbox One S Minecraft Edition comes in a box with the Minecraft game, rating and organisation information on the front and back, with information about what all you get in it on the side. Inside, you get a white Xbox One S console, a wireless controller, a 1 month Xbox One Game Pass and 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial, a High Speed HDMI cable, Wireless Networking capacity _ and as this is the Minecraft Edition _ digital downloads of the original Minecraft game, the Minecraft Explorers Pack, and Story Mode. (WARNING: THE 4K AND HIGH HD FEATURES ONLY WORK AT THE TOP EXTENT ON 4K AND HD TELEVISIONS).
What are My Feelings About the Xbox One S Minecraft Edition Overall?
Part of my reason for getting the Xbox One S Minecraft Edition is because of the release of the new Xbox Adaptive Controller _ which Xbox released last year to widen their markets to people with less mobility and motor movements. As someone who is into Visual Effects and Graphic Design to an extent but not overly, I feel like I am satisfied with the image, though some scenes in some games are harder to see than others. Otherwise, I find it extremely easy to get around, and can download games and apps quickly with ease.
Microsoft also offers softwares for Xbox to enable deaf and blind people to play video games, but I don’t know enough about them to include them in this review. Please contact Xbox through either the Xbox or Microsoft store to find out more!
The Xbox One S Minecraft Edition can be bought at £249.99 from Game and Microsoft.