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E3: Xbox 360 New Redesign


The Xbox 360 has already had a redesign before, bringing with it the sleeker, quieter unit that we've come to know. However, it seems that Microsoft still has one more redesign in mind. Let me introduce you to the new Xbox 360. Starting today a new model, which reflects the aesthetics of the Xbox One, will be available for purchase at the same price as the current models.

Did we really need another redesign? I don't think so. Know what else I think, it's all about marketing. I would have never thought of buying another Xbox 360, and probably won't, but the aspect of a new, redesigned console is very appealing.

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