So you’ve seen the 12-minute demo of the Xbox One and some of the neat tricks it can do, and you’re thinking to yourself, “I want to get my hands on one of these before I buy one.” You COULD see if your local GameStop has a console on display, or you could just head on over to a Microsoft store as the company is announcing its customers can play with the Xbox One.
A playable Xbox One will be available at over 75 Microsoft Stores across the U.S. and Canada, although the game selection for your personal time with the Xbox One is limited to just Forza Motorsport 5, although the game has always looked to be a feast for the eyes. If you happen to have a Microsoft Store near you, you can head on over to its location from now up until November 22 in order to get your hands on the Xbox One and its new controller.
There’s no mention of the Kinect being made available, although we’re sure they won’t be accessible in Microsoft Stores. Something tells us Microsoft employees don’t want to hear teenagers saying things like “Xbox, turn into a PlayStation 4″ or “Xbox, go to hell” for several hours.
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