Power on apprises the twenty-year history of Xbox’s uncertainties. A part of emanating spun off from the behemoth Microsoft may generate a wave of success if it steps into the new farmland, but what comes expected is competitor Xbox making its path to the gaming console.
At the same time, PlayStation established its inexorable existence with its PlayStation 2; carrying out a big name doesn’t mean success on its hands. Still, triumph arrives only if the technical resourcefulness is on the sleeve to execute. A great console is inflexible to bring off; astonishingly, Xbox accomplished it to take a front. Seeing someone’s success would make you yearn to achieve implausible things; if you would like to watch successful stories, undoubtedly you will love the journey of Xbox.
Xbox’s six-part documentary series narrates the big annals of the intense brand that is available as of today; you can watch the series on YouTube, The Roku Channel, Redbox, Microsoft, and IMDbTV for free. Power On: The Story of Xbox was revealed in November as a part of Xbox’s 20th-anniversary stream and comprises six episodes, each running approximately 40 minutes long. The documentary wraps the complete challenging history of the Xbox, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox 360, and Xbox one; it seems Xbox doesn’t afraid to share its weak side and low points, with episodes Eponymous the Xbox 360’s fabled red ring of death and the ill-judged focus on TV services on Xbox One. According to VGC, the project started with a simple question “The project began almost three years ago with a simple question: is there a compelling story behind the history of Xbox?” asked the head of programming for Xbox, Tina Summerford, during the 20th-anniversary stream last month.
“The answer, it turns out, was yes. So we partnered with an Emmy award-winning documentary film team to dig in and help bring the story to life.
“At its core, it’s a story about how Xbox started as a passion project from a small group of gamers within Microsoft and grew to become a source of joy for Xbox players worldwide.”