Xbox Series X
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The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S (officially shortened to Xbox Series X|S) is a pair of video game console developed by Microsoft as successors to the Xbox One (X). They were released in November 2020 to compete with the PlayStation 5.
List of Sega games for the Xbox Series X
Unlike prior consoles, and the PlayStation 5, the release of the Series X and S did not lead to a new set of game SKUs, with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S versions of games instead coexisting on the same disc. As a result of this, Sega Retro only lists games under the "Xbox Series X" name if the game requires the console. Those compatible with the Xbox One but are enhanced by Series X|S hardware are still listed as Xbox One games.
Xbox Series X
Xbox Series S
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