How Does Xbox 360 Effect Teenagers?

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Picture it, you walk in the room, there is sits. You turn on the console and a light turns on. Pressing the controller, your tv turns on and you take a comfy seat. For the next three to four hours, you cant leave...your mind is completely attached to the game. You control your destiny with every button you choose to press. Xbox has changed the way teenagers live by helping them listen and pay attention better. To fully understand this, we must start at the beginning.

Xbox has evolved since itś origination in 2001. There have been four kinds of Xbox 360’s produced, although only two are available to buy in shops now, which are the Xbox 360 Arcade, and Xbox 360 Elite. I think the Elite on is rather cool, it’s got a black finish and looks
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Originally dubbed the “DirectX Box,” the console was intended to be the first game system built like a PC and to bring all of the flexibility and power of a gaming rig to the console market. The system would run on Windows 2000, making it easy for traditional PC software developers to work within the console’s architecture, and feature more than twice the processing power of the industry-leading PlayStation 2. Despite the marketing team’s belief that the abbreviated “Xbox” name wouldn’t fly, the label went over well with focus groups, providing the company with one of the final elements it needed to pull back the curtain on its creation: a catchy name. Just two years later, Microsoft was ready to go public with its console, and that’s exactly what Bill Gates did at the Game Developers Conference on March 10, 2000. Teasing the system’s vastly improved specs and the potential for both online play and internal storage of downloaded content – whether games or media – Gates managed to get the world’s attention, though many remained skeptical of what they saw as nothing more than a fancy PC dressed up like a gaming console.Nearly a full year later, Bill Gates – with help from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – revealed the final design of the Xbox at the 2001 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, along with the system’s official release date. (,
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