Microsoft has high hopes for its next-gen game console, and from the sounds of it, the company fully anticipates the Xbox One to deliver.
It's really no surprise Microsoft is preparing for (or at least advertising) a big one with its third-generation console, though it does have the PS4 to compete with.
Hood said Microsoft wants its machines to hit multiple price points during the holidays, with a "great value offer" from the Xbox 360 and a higher-end option with the Xbox One. She essentially justified the console's more-than-the-PS4 price by saying it comes with a Kinect and headset.
We'll see if Microsoft's plan pays off at launch on November 22.
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