Ecco come si sarebbe potuta chiamare l’Xbox

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La console che oggi noi conosciamo come Xbox, originariamente poteva essere chiamata anche in altri modi. In una vecchia intervista mai pubblicata, Seamus Blackley, che faceva parte del team della prima Xbox, ha rivelato il processo di scelta del nome della console.

Secondo le parole di Blackley al momento della scelta del nome si creò una grande confusione e le proposte furono le più disparate. Addirittura molte alternative non vennero nemmeno appuntate a causa del numero consistente di queste. Ve ne proponiamo “alcune”:

  •  – MAX (Microsoft Action Experience)
  • – AIO (All In One)
  • – MIND (Microsoft Interactive Network Device)
  • – FACE (Full Action Center)
  • – MITH (Microsoft Interactive Theatre)
  • – XON (Experience Optimised Network)
  • – MVPC (Microsoft Virtual Play Center)
  • – TAC (Total Action Center – discs/games could be called TACs)
  • – MARC (Microsoft Action Reality Center)
  • – LEX (Live Entertainment Experience)
  • – M-PAC (Microsoft Play and Action Center)
  • – RPM (Real Performance Machine)
  • – MOX (Microsoft Optimal Experience)
  • – E2 (Extreme Experience)
  • – MTG (Microsoft Total Gaming)
  • – VIP (Virtual Interactive Player)
  • – PTP or P2P (Powered To Play)
  • – VIC (Virtual Interactive Center – disks/games could be called VICs)
  • – MARZ (Microsoft Active Reality Zone)
  • – TSO (Three, Six, Zero)
  • – EHQ (Entertainment Headquarters)
  • – O2 (Optimal Ozone or Optical Odyssey)
  • – MIC (Microsoft Interactive Center)
  • – R&R (Reality and Revolution)
  • – MEA (Microsoft Entertainment Activator)
  • – AMP (Active Microsoft Player)
  • – VPS (Virtual Play System)
  • – MAP (Microsoft Action Play)
  • – MEGA (Microsoft Entertainment & Gaming Attendant or Microsoft Entertainment & Gaming Assembly)
  • – CPG (CyberPlayGround)
  • – VERV (Virtual Entertainment & Reality Venture)
  • – OM (Odyssey of the Mind)
  • – P2 (PowerPlay)
  • – IS1 (Interactive System In One)
  • – MET (Microsoft Entertainment Technology or Microsoft Entertainment Theatre)

fonte | TechnoBuffalo

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