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If Microsoft ever collaborated with LEGO for a game console, it might look something like this Xbox Series S concept by NAK Studio. Put simply, the top is now a baseplate that can be used with a variety of LEGO pieces to create a design of your choice. Companies could also use this for marketing by building one-off designs to give away on social media.
Forza Motorsport fans rejoice! This new game will take full advantage of both next-generation Xbox consoles, complete with more than 500 cars, 800 unique upgrades, and 20 environments that include multiple track layouts. Unlike previous installments, the cars in this one look more realistic, thanks to the use of a spectrophotometer, which captures multiple data points of light behavior on a surface.
This isn’t an early April Fools’ Day joke, but rather a real product that Microsoft unveiled for the holidays. Called the Xbox Mini Controller Hoodie, it’s designed to keep your gamepad nice and warm, thanks to its 100% Polyster construction. Just like a real hoodie, there is a zipper and tiny arm holes for the controller.
2K Games revealed that the ‘Jordan Challenge’ mode in NBA 2K23 will let you relive his hall-of-fame career through 15 playable moments, starting from the early days as a college sensation, to his game-winning shot in the 1998 NBA Finals. Each of these challenges features a pre-game interview, complete with a luminary who was a part of what made every game special.
Always wanted a gaming PC that had all of the latest video game consoles built in? If so, then look no further than Origin PC’s ‘Big O V3’, which was built exclusively for Unbox Therapy. The high-end gaming PC is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5950X processor, 128GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200MHz RGB RAM, a 2TB Corsair 4TB MP500 Core Gen4 SSD, and a Hydro X Cooled NVIDIA 24GB GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card.