The Original Xbox One Re-Tested: Can Microsoft's Weakest Console Keep Up With The Latest Games?

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The Xbox One S replaced the original hulking Xbox One set-top box design back in 2016 with improved silicon, a slightly overclocked GPU and a far superior design - but where does that leave the original 'Durango' model console when playing the latest cross-gen games? Oliver Mackenzie finds out.

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