The Xbox Series X is ugly. I know some are fascinated by its brutal slab design, but something can be both ugly and captivating at the same time and how the new Xbox is designed compared to the PS5’s curvature chassis is quite beautiful. However, one thing may not be ugly and interesting at all, but just curious, which I argued in the case of this Xbox series X-shaped refrigerator.
Microsoft is leaning towards jokes about the fridge-like design of the Series X with this discount, but what I enjoy about the marketing gag is that the Xbox Series X doesn’t even look like a fridge. It looks like a horrible fridge and if I can’t find an alternative to any other fridge I just want to own it. If this is the case for that person then I am happy for them, but also sad for them, because now they have to see this Xbox fridge.
It comes to no avail, as part of the joke, that Microsoft ill-fated the interior of the fridge with the Xbox Hugh, presenting food in the least possible light. It stocked the fridge with donuts, which don’t go in the fridge. Who is eating child donuts? Tell them to stop.
Only. Xbox series X refrigerated. Follow and retweet the #XSXFreezeSoyPos to get a chance to win the Xbox Series X Fridge ended on 11/04/20. Rules: https://t.co/4P5hCSBPcy pic.twitter.com/MAt7xcTTQ4October 28, 2020
Here are the rules if you want to try to win the fridge.
We’re looking at this year’s new consoles from a marginal point of view, though they’re not completely unnecessary for PC gamers. Microsoft recently re-acknowledged the release of all first-party Xbox exclusives on PCs, and PC case designers will probably take note of what Microsoft and Sony have done.
I don’t expect that, because Sony’s attempt doesn’t do too much for me. The Xbox Series X can look ugly in the fridge (and can be ugly). E.g. A fridge), but the PlayStation 5 looks like a fancy render of a next-gen console that reached the top of Reddit Circa 2010 with the white sci-fi armor