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Game Consoles Could Come Out in 2013
It’s hard to believe that the Xbox 360 was released back in 2005. This 8-year-old generation of consoles can barely keep up with modern graphics, so it’s about time that new ones arrived. Check out all these consoles that could come out in 2013!
The successor to the Xbox 360 has been highly anticipated over the past couple years. It’s currently known as the “Xbox 720” or “Durango”, but nobody is sure what the new Microsoft console will be called. The Xbox 720 will be revealed at E3 2013 and could come out by the end of the year.
Leaked information suggests that the Xbox 720 will have an 8-core processor and will place a major focus on digital content.
The PlayStation 4 was announced on February 20, 2013 and is expected to launch sometime in the 2013 holiday season. Sony’s new console is confirmed to have an 8-core processor, 8GB of RAM, cloud-based gaming, game content streaming to the PS Vita, and a new interface with more social networking features.
While Sony didn’t actually show the console itself, they did show off a redesigned controller that features a touch control pad in the center. They also debuted the new PlayStation 4 Eye, which uses two high definition cameras.
Ouya is the kid on the block in the home console market. This Android-powered device began as a simple concept, but it gained real traction after gaining over $8 million of backing on Kickstarter. This tiny console can fit in the palm of your hand, and it costs just $99.
The Ouya runs on a version of Android 4.1, it comes with a wireless controller, and it’s expected to sport an exclusive lineup of games at release. Get yours in June 2013 (or in March if you backed Ouya on Kickstarter).