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Cordova, TN; November 22, in the year of our Lord 2013--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is excited by the Xbox One Launch. When we talk about the last console generation the Wii dominated, followed by the Playstation 3, and just barely behind was the Xbox One. The Kinect peripheral dominated in North America. In fact the Xbox 360 trounced the Playstation 3 in North America. We are talking complete and total domination. Microsoft had issues breaking into Japan. Sony also soundly beat Microsoft in Europe. Will the next home console generation go the same way? The Wii U has been limping along for a year now. Both the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One can catch it within the first year.

The upgrades to Kinect on the Xbox One is one of the most exciting things about this home console. There are more titles for families on the Xbox One. Games like Forza Motorsport 5, Zoo Tycoon, Project Spark, and Kinect Sports Rivals. With even more coming soon. Families will actually have something to play on the Xbox One. The down side is the price - $499.99. That is a lot of money for most families. It is doubtful that a price drop will happen in the next two years either. Microsoft may create a separate package – one without the Kinect sensor. So families can ease their way into the next generation home console system.

The worst part about the Xbox One launch is finding a system. Microsoft needs to crank up production to meet the demand. Microsoft has the most well rounded release of the Big Three. They need to capitalize on it in North America. Take care of those who took care of them first. Microsoft is strong in North America, and Family Friendly Gaming Nation hopes they think of that when allocating where to sell initial systems. The latest home console generation war has begun. Microsoft is the odds on favorite to win. Will they succeed in winning a home console generation? Is the third time the charm? You the readers decide that.

God bless,
Paul Bury
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