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    (May 12, 2005- )
    Unveiled for the first time on MTV
    Released in North America (November 22, 2005)
    Released in Europe (December 2, 2005)
    Released in Japan (December 10, 2005)
    It cannot perform full rotations.
    Like the PlayStation 3, there are two different versions - the core system and the one with all the features you really want.
    Like its predecessor, it is not popular in Japan.
    It charges for its internet service 'Xbox Live.'
    It had a bunch of dorky 'in your face' publicity, such as a cover of Time Magazine featuring a very creepy Bill Gates covering his face with the console to make it look like his eye.
    Some of their games are nothing more than a graphics overhaul of regular Xbox games.
    10% of all the consoles sold in 2005 were resold on the internet.
    It is sold at a loss.
    It launched a full year before the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii.
    It offered a variety of solid games at launch.
    Most gaming critics believe it provides the best online experience.
    It has expanded Microsoft's role in the console gaming market beyond 'the makers of the console that has Halo.'

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