Hiya, thanks for clicking!
I've had my 360 for about 5 glorious years now, and it's still running smoothly and I play it regularly. Never bored with this machine, even if I don't even have Xbox Live or online anything.
But I think it's finally time to upgrade to the Xbox One, wouldn't you say? First, however, I have a few questions to make sure I'm getting the most bang for my buck. I want to make sure I'm spending $250-$300 in the most wise and efficient way possible. If you could help with any of these, I'd greatly appreciate it. :)
Oh yeah, and some things to note: A) I do NOT have Xbox Live Gold so I don't play online, although a lot of games are pushing it so I might consider it, and B) I don't care much about 4K, as long as it's decent graphics I'm cool with it, I just want to play the darn game.
1. Which XBone should I get? I'm scratching the One X since it's too expensive and I don't care too much about all that extra stuff, so that leaves the original Xbox One and the Xbox One S. I believe the S is 40% smaller (although I'm not worried about size... at all), supports 4K gaming and media, and 4K HD BluRay as well. Like I said, I'm not concerned about 4K too much. The cheapest price on Amazon for the S is $249, but there's a pawn shop down the road that always has Xbox One's for a bit cheaper. So which one should I get? All I'm concerned about is price and quality. Is the S worth the extra money?
2. How much storage is recommended? There's 500GB and 1TB, and while the 500GB is cheaper, I heard it fills up reallyyyy quickly compared to the 360. I won't be downloading many games; I mainly buy discs, but even still, is 500GB enough?
3. What games do you guys recommend? :) Starting off I just want 2 games, and I was looking at Fallout 4 and Black Ops 3. Like I said, I don't have online (although I might consider it), so which games that don't require it are good?
Alright, thank you so much guys! Have an awesome day.