There’s still two days to go before the Xbox One is launched to the public, however various sites have already posted their reviews of the console, revealing just how next-gen Microsoft’s new console is, so because of these early postings we have decided to roundup some of the top reviews from around the web.

Check out our roundup of the reviews below.

Polygon : ”The Xbox One is an impressive marriage of software and hardware that raises the bar in terms of what we expect from a living-room machine. ”

The Verge : ”The Xbox One is here for a decade. If Microsoft can deliver on all its promises in that time, it will have built a console truly worthy of Input One — but that’s a big if. ”

Eurogamer :  ”We usually end our hardware reviews with a verdict, but in truth, we simply haven’t had enough time to draw any definitive conclusions about the Xbox One ”

CVG :   ”Xbox One presents an attractive multimedia offering this Christmas. But for core gamers, Sony’s package is perhaps more attractive at the moment, with more visually impressive exclusives ”

Kotaku :  ”The Xbox One is trying some very cool new things, and it’s launching alongside some very fun games. But there are so many rough edges, and the software feels incomplete.”

The Xbox One will be available to the public on November 22nd 2013, priced at £429.99 in the UK, 499.99 Euros in Europe $599.99 AU in Australia and $499.99 in the US and features a customised AMD Jaguar 8 core processor, with an equipped GPU that has been tailored for DirectX 11 graphics with 32MB of high bandwidth embedded ESRAM, as well as 8GB of RAM and support for both 1080p and Ulta HD 4K.

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