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Fuze F1: Is China's answer to the costly PS4 & XB1

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By GaryOPA on May 11, 2016 at 4:58 PM
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    New Console Is Releasing A VR Component Way Cheaper Than PlayStation VR

    Fuze Entertainment is launching a new home console in the Chinese market later this year called the Fuze F1, with the aim in beating Sony and Microsoft in their China attempt at selling the PS4 & XB1.

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    We all know by now, that China recently released their decade long console ban over there, and for the first time video gamers in China have been able to legally purchase an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 console, but the amount of games approved by their govt. have not been many, all tho Uncharted 4 recently got the greenlight to go ahead with planned release using Chinese subs, and then there is the extreme cost of the new consoles in China, due to the fact that govt. requires a local partner to sell them, the markup before it hits retail stores is higher, pricing these boxes out of reach for most consumers over there that are still very heavy into the mobile gaming world which is not as tightly controlled by their govt. as such Fuze has the perfect idea to release a special new console over there priced at much more affordable price range, and still contain some powerful hardware under the hood, plus even an VR option for gamers.

    It will for sure be one to follow, if this new Fuze F1 console takes off, we might even see a version appear over in Europe or North America, or at least other places that normally the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One is too costly to purchase or hard to get games for!

    NEWS SOURCE #1: New Console Is Releasing A VR Component Way Cheaper Than PSVR (via) CinemaBlend
    NEWS SOURCE #2: Fuze launching F1 console in China, with the aim to beat Sony and Microsoft (via) Gamasutra
     

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