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Review PS5 and Xbox Series X at the one-year mark

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The release of “Forza Horizon 5” really turned the tables, as Xbox has now become my daily driver for games. Thanks to Xbox’s signature Quick Resume feature, it’s easy to enter a quick, five-minute race on Forza, then go back to honing development on “Halo Infinite” or even take a break to revisit Dead Space’s backwards compatible trilogy from the Xbox 360 era. And there’s no confusion between console versions here. If an older Xbox game has an upgrade on the newer console, you’ll have the latest version of the game, no additional installation required. If the PS5 feels like a luxury on the hardware side, the Xbox, with its Smart Delivery, Fast Resume, and much more intuitive user interface, feels luxurious at the software level.

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