Valve’s Gabe Newell says that Xbox Series X is clearly the better system but can we talk about how healthy he looks? Apparently, no longer being asked about Half-Life 3 does the body good because he be rollin’ up like a Godlike yoga instructor ready to bestow upon us His bountiful gifts.
A new video has surfaced of Newell talking about the next generation of Xbox and it seemed those interviewing him were genuinely taken aback by his stance:
spicy take aside, can we just take a moment to appreciate how healthy Gabe looks? i don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but he seems peaceful? is that the right word I’m looking for? https://t.co/VJjpQOCs4y
— Liana Ruppert (@DirtyEffinHippy) July 28, 2020
When asked which system was the best, he replied simply “Xbox.” When the interviewers asked why he thought that way, he kept his next response simple as well: “Because it is.” He added that he doesn’t “have a stake” in the console war because he primarily works in PC, despite the Xbox Game Pass now available on PC and the big Xbox staple of Halo now fully available on the Steam console. That aside, it is interesting to see how various industry names feel about the next generations of gaming.
Both the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 have had amazing reactions from developers and companies alike for their power, though the recent Halo Infinite reveal seems to have much of the player community backtracking on their initial awe. With that being said, that build shown off looks very organically Halo which, as a huge Halo fan myself, felt very rewarding. It’s understandable to see the disappointment however, though the team did promise that what was shown was raw gameplay and an early build.
But seriously, look at how peaceful he looks? I feel like I should pay tribute via graphic cards for him to impart upon me his holy wisdom.
Just me? Oh, OK…
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What do you think about Newell’s claim that the Xbox Series X is the better option of the two? Thoughts, comments, concerns, shrieks of fandom displeasure? Sound off with your own spicy take over on Twitter @PrimaGames!