10 WEIRD Gaming Stories of September 2020

September was a weird month for gaming news, from Fall Guys surprises to Xbox Series X pre-order goofs. Here’s a list of the craziest.
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  1. I have to admit that the Xbox naming scheme is not that good, but please Falcon don’t kid yourself. You’re clearly reaching. 1.) a 700% increase sounds impressive, but nobody knows the absolute numbers. Amazon could have sold hardly any One X in the weeks prior to the presale of the Series X. Sure, some people will have accidentally gotten the wrong one, but that can always happen. 2.) don’t act as if the general population is that stupid. They can differentiate between different generations of consumer products with the same name (MacBooks, Dell XPS Laptops, Cars, TVs,…) and in this case the different looks and the price difference are THE differentiating indicator.

  2. HOLY SHIT THE GUY ON APEX WAS MY UBER DRIVER TODAY we literally talked about how he is trying to get his twitch bigger and will be buying a ssd soon wtf

  3. OK seriously. WHO IS DUMB ENOUGH TO BUY A ONE X INSTEAD OF A SERIES X? ITS NOT THAT HARD FFS. Like do your research before you spend hundreds of dollars..

  4. With the Call of Duty League moving to PC: It's not just the input. At all. It's the insane framerates increase that consoles lack due to the framerates caps (even the new consoles are only capable of 120fps at only 1080p), the Field of View slider…multiple reasons that consoles lack.

  5. I don’t know a lot about eSports, but wouldn’t a sudden change from controllers to keyboard and mouse be shit for players already in that league? Not criticizing, actually asking.

  6. So we are not going to talk about the fact that anyone that buys an XBOX is a moron ? like Nvidia release graphics cards that the name only differs by the number and no one mistakenly buys something that they didn't want like this is the problem with gaming atm stupid normies getting into it gaming ruining gaming.

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