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 Jan 04, 2005 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Xbox2 at CES?

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Addict3d is predicting that we won't see the Xbox2 at CES this year, that it'll wait for GDC and the big stuff will wait until E3.

Which would make E3 like the one of a few years ago: no big actual releases, just "here's what we'll have in six months."

Our prediction? It's not ready yet. The next-generation Xbox will probably be announced at the Game Developers Conference in March, with more formal pricing and details at the big E3 gaming expo in May. Though developers have been working on games for the next Xbox for some time now, the real hardware just hasn't been produced and shaped into true console form yet.

We wouldn't be surprised to see a video touting "the next generation of Xbox gaming" or something vague like that, which will be entirely pre-rendered video that of what Xbox 2 games are supposed to look like, but isn't actually running in real time on real hardware. We can't completely rule out an Xbox 2 appearance, but it doesn't seem likely.
My prediction: We'll see some form of actual hardware running, even if it's just a music demo or graphics demo like Microsoft were running Xbox inside looks on in the year 2000.
 

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