This past weekend I decided to get a little adventurous with how all my systems hook up to my TV. Since I don’t have cable, I have always just used the HDMI in port on the Xbox One for my Apple TV, and haven’t had any issues with it. When playing Final Fantasy XIV on the PS4, I would just change the channel to the correct port, and would leave my Xbox on and send the sound to the sound system so I could continue to use Skype chat while playing. The annoyance would be if anyone needed to get added to the call, or had to manage anything on the Xbox.
Today I woke to snow or more accurately, Ice on the ground. Got the email that the office is closed this morning so the good news is that I don’t have to drive. But a snow day is not like they used to be as a child. With remote access, my home office is now my office, and not that I’m complaining one bit. I get to kick back in comfy clothes, and rock out to music via my speakers.
Back in November I was lucky and got to pick up the new Xbox One, and I have to say, asides from just a few issues that are software based, I’m loving the system. Back in the summer, my wonderful wife Juli challenged me to pick one system, and after reading about the two systems, and the games, I made my choice based off the games that I want to play on the current generation. That being said, there are a few games that are currently unannounced that I want to play on my new Xbox that are currently unannounced (and even perhaps not being developed) that I’m hoping will make their way to Xbox One here in 2014. Two of them are already confirmed for PS4, and my hope is that they will make their way over as well.