Microsoft India has released a fun promotional video for Xbox One - #AIBMeetsXboxOne - showcasing the gaming culture in India. The video features India's leading standup comedians Gursimran Khamba, Tanmay Bhat, Rohan Joshi, and Ashish Shakiya from the popular comedy group All India Bakchod, usually abbreviated as AIB.
The video mocks gaming identities compares Xbox One features with older consoles and experiences and showcases the life of a console gamer today.
Incidentally, the video is released around an ongoing March Madness campaign on Amazon India. As part of the Xbox March Madness offer, customers can get ₹10,000 off on standalone Xbox One until March 31, 2015. Check this link for details.
It's a fun video, and almost universal in observations that most gamers would identify with. Unfortunately, there are no subtitles, so you might miss a few lines in regional languages although the video is primarily in English. Have a look at it, and tell us your similar experiences.
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