Couldn’t disagree more with the letter regarding the Xbox One dashboard.
In my two years of owning one I’ve never found using it to be anything other than intuitive and responsive. I even prefer it to any version of the dashboard that the Xbox 360 had.
My experience of it is that everything I need is rarely more than a few button taps away. For example, want to look at the Games with Gold selection then just press the RB button three times from the home screen and you’re there. Need to search for anything then just press ‘Y’ at any point for a search bar.
Under my Games & Apps (that’s where I usually am, everything is neatly justified to the left with all
my games listed A-Z via nice colourful tiles that I can adjust the size of (and neatly place into groups). At the top of my games I can choose between Installed and ready to install (I have 504 games in total between the two and finding any of those is extremely easy to do.
Also neatly justified to the left are apps, groups, updates, Game Pass, Gold, and EA Access titles available to me.
If I need any more detailed info a quick press of the menu button will let me see file size, manage game, and DLC etc. Along with options to add to home page and into groups.
I understand every criticism of the Xbox One in terms of how it launched and lack of exclusive content over its lifespan but as it sits now there’s nothing I’d change about the Xbox One dashboard that comes to mind right now. I completely fail to see how it’s unintuitive or difficult to use.
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