Microsoft’s E3 presence this year was, in a way, not too different from their presence back in 2013 when the original Xbox One debuted. At both shows, Microsoft showed off a console that left people asking “Who is this for?”
The Xbox platform we have now is a much more focused device that puts gaming first and everything second. It embraces the Xbox One, Windows 10, next year’s Xbox Scorpio, and the Xbox One S, the system that put that question back on everyone’s lips.
In this ecosystem, where does the Xbox One S lie? What does it offer that its siblings can’t, and is it worth the money Microsoft is asking?