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#154 - qubot (06/25/2013) [-]
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#183 to #154 - Rascal (06/26/2013) [-]
******** pc hates all consoles
User avatar #195 to #183 - qubot (06/26/2013) [-]
pc want them to think it loves them

User avatar #248 to #154 - gmarrox (06/26/2013) [-]
All i'm getting from this is Xbox One will have slick dance moves.
#251 to #154 - Rascal (06/26/2013) [-]
What? This gif wins the award making the least amount of sense. Maybe I am missing the joke..
#107 - romdadon (06/25/2013) [-]
its true   
i dont even have a nintendo product and i was pumped for smash bros
its true
i dont even have a nintendo product and i was pumped for smash bros
User avatar #305 - lorddarkskull (06/26/2013) [-]
X should be getting more attention
User avatar #311 to #305 - mchurtstab ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
holy dicks dude, thanks for this
User avatar #325 to #305 - reyden (06/26/2013) [-]
i saw the trailer and wtf is this? it looks amazing. it reminds me of monster hunter except on steroids holy crap i gotta look into it more.
User avatar #265 - zandveerx **User deleted account** (06/26/2013) [-]
Really? No one is talking about that awesome looking ff15 trailer or the kingdom hearts 3 trailer? The entire internet has only been bitching for five years about em.
#334 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
kindom hearts 3 and final fantasy 15
User avatar #354 to #334 - emptysuperman ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm worried. Square has been dropping the ball since FF12.
User avatar #355 to #354 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
yeah i am too but lets hope they can redeem them selves with the these games
User avatar #361 to #355 - emptysuperman ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
Also, I didn't know they came out with 14. Didn't they just come out with 13-2?
User avatar #362 to #361 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
yeah i didn't know about 14 aswell and 13-2 came out around a year ago they're making a game called ff13 lightning returns but it looks ******* terrible i hope for ff15 to be awesome i have been waiting for this game for 6 years and have been waiting for kh3 ever since kh2 realeased
User avatar #364 to #362 - emptysuperman ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
Jesus, they're just pumping out these games. They used to take time on them, no longer they've been sucking. The Final Fantasy series seems to be dying, so I hope they don't **** up the KH series.
User avatar #365 to #364 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
but they've been working on ff15 for years now and the same with kh3 so it should be really well made unlike ff13
User avatar #347 to #334 - TheSock (06/26/2013) [-]
for meit was that battlefield 4 multiplayer and infamous second son
User avatar #348 to #347 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
the division also gave me a hardy
User avatar #350 to #348 - TheSock (06/26/2013) [-]
didnt hear of that one. But being an RPG fan, Tales of Xillia and Tales of Symphonia HD
made me freak out
User avatar #351 to #350 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
oh yes the witcher 3 was my favourite rpg followed by the elder scrolls online
User avatar #353 to #351 - TheSock (06/26/2013) [-]
Ive never been big on Elder scrolls, first person RPG's just never appealed to me. But I'm WAY too picky when it comes to RPG's
User avatar #356 to #353 - liftplus (06/26/2013) [-]
true although i never play it in 1st person anyway i always play the elder scrolls in 3rd person
User avatar #375 to #356 - TheSock (06/27/2013) [-]
I never knew you could play in 3rd person, ill have to check it out
User avatar #377 to #375 - liftplus (06/27/2013) [-]
yeah i recommend it
#310 - halorlz (06/26/2013) [-]
**halorlz rolls 11**
User avatar #190 - zombifier (06/26/2013) [-]
don't forget about Square Enix, 2 new Final Fantasies and a remade one...and Kingdom Hearts 3!
#129 - furiousmarshmellow (06/25/2013) [-]
Nintendo has SSMB. So?   
   
EA had BF4, Battlefront 2, and Mirror's Edge 2.   
   
Ubisoft had The Division, The Crew, Watch Dogs, The Crew, AC4, and The Crew.   
   
   
   
THE CREW.
Nintendo has SSMB. So?

EA had BF4, Battlefront 2, and Mirror's Edge 2.

Ubisoft had The Division, The Crew, Watch Dogs, The Crew, AC4, and The Crew.



THE CREW.
User avatar #133 to #129 - herecomesjohnny (06/25/2013) [-]
i agree that ubisoft had the most cards there, despite the bad presentator
User avatar #135 to #129 - diabolicgnome (06/25/2013) [-]
I CANT ******* WAIT
User avatar #181 to #129 - someponynew (06/26/2013) [-]
Now uh..
Just something... but I don't get the ovaries joke...


Also YES.
YES THE CREW.
#151 to #129 - ragged (06/25/2013) [-]
The Division and Watch Dogs looks 			*******		 radical.
The Division and Watch Dogs looks ******* radical.
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#192 to #127 - wonderlandian (06/26/2013) [-]
but why fluttershy?
but why fluttershy?
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#374 to #254 - wonderlandian (06/26/2013) [-]
ohhhh... thanks for reminding me
#208 to #192 - nickypickle (06/26/2013) [-]
because is brony?
because is brony?
User avatar #179 - notapancake (06/26/2013) [-]
Well sony got a point.
Why change something that already works fine?
Or maybe it doesen't. i don't own any sony products outside of PSvita, and it works fine to me.
User avatar #229 to #179 - HeartOfTheDL (06/26/2013) [-]
I think the xbox one could have been great if they pitched it well and if they made it more like steam rather then a warped version. The family sharing thing would have been something new that steam hasn't even done. They get to play the full game and everything! They still could have implemented the feature but their bitch ass backed out and took it away in spite.
Still going to wait until it is launched to see which one I prefer.
User avatar #270 to #229 - schneidend ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
I would agree. The people saying Microsoft's new policies could have had excellent long-term benefits are more or less right, but that's not what Microsoft presented. They could have benefits in the long run, but if they aren't properly explained and no promises are made, what are we supposed to do?
User avatar #194 to #179 - antisocialtwilight (06/26/2013) [-]
I have a PS3, it's got good games, great exclusives, a good premium service that offers great games for free and discounts for others. It has a web browser that isn't Internet Explorer, and built in blu ray player. All PS3 games are on blu-ray discs, which can hold more than regular CD's and don't scratch as easily.

I own a 360 and a PS3, but I think I prefer the PS3. I still use my Xbox for Xbox live with my best friend and Halo.
User avatar #173 - Tyranitar (06/25/2013) [-]
Mega Man
Villager
Hot girl Wii Fit Trainer

Yes
MOAR
#94 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
A few things to know about the new SSB
1. Team Meat offered Nintendo Super Meat Boy for SSB, said they could have him for free and wouldn't have to pay for him at all. They just wanted him in the game
2. Namco Bandai is making the new SSB, and they made Katamari Damacy, so there's a good chance we'll see a character, maybe even a stage.
3. Best of all, since it IS Namco Bandai, if we're lucky. Because they made Dark Souls, there is a chance we'll get Solaire of Astora playable in SSB.
#116 to #94 - lordpancake (06/25/2013) [-]
PRAISE THE SUN!
I so hope he is, though I doubt it. I wont be getting it due to uh.. not having a nintendo or the money to buy one, but he does deserve a spot. Yup.
User avatar #123 to #116 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
If not him, at least a stage or boss character, Picture Smash Bros in ANOR LONDO
User avatar #157 to #123 - youngneil ONLINE (06/25/2013) [-]
I think a good stage would be on the roof where you fight the bell gargoyles. With the gargoyles swooping down and attacking every now and then. I would love that.
User avatar #161 to #157 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
Blighttown...like..as one of those stages where it keeps you moving around or you die. Fall in something poisonous and the damage meter starts rising on it's own.
User avatar #162 to #161 - youngneil ONLINE (06/25/2013) [-]
Oh damn, Dark Souls has too many awesome stage possibilities. Do something in the Catacombs as a stage. I would love it. Also, thumbing up everyone in this thread.
User avatar #164 to #162 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
Indeed. Maybe have them do like PS All Stars and have stuff from the games cross over in the background in a way.
User avatar #165 to #164 - youngneil ONLINE (06/25/2013) [-]
...
I'm gonna brainstorm stage ideas for a while now.
User avatar #167 to #165 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
Havel the Rock chasing Rock Pikmin!
User avatar #132 to #94 - garaichu (06/25/2013) [-]
What would his Final Smash be? Backstab?
User avatar #152 to #94 - smashingprodigy (06/25/2013) [-]
I thought Nintendo only put characters in Brawl if they were in at least one game that was released for their consoles? For example, Sonic has had multiple games on various Nintendo platforms (Gameboy and Gamecube) and Solid Snake had a few games released on NES, Gameboy, and Gamecube. To me it would only seem likely if Katamari or Dark Souls 2 were to be released on Wii U.

But if what you're saying is true and being taken into consideration by the team, then I sure wouldn't mind seeing Solaire's Great Lightning Spear as a final smash.
User avatar #207 to #152 - thewaronbeingcool (06/26/2013) [-]
There's no rule like that.

Snake was in Brawl because Kojima wanted him to be in it, and he asked Nintendo to put him in.
User avatar #214 to #207 - smashingprodigy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, I remember Kojima wanted him in, but it still made some sense since he's still linked with Nintendo's history. I didn't mean to imply that there was a rule; wrong wording, so my mistake. What I meant to say was that I think it makes a little more sense to put in a character that's linked to Nintendo's consoles' game library. I wouldn't mind seeing a character that's more relevant on PS or Xbox's library, but it just seems less likely to me.
User avatar #172 to #94 - OptimaTentacle (06/25/2013) [-]
Sorry to burst your bubble, but Namco Bandai only distributed Dark Souls outside of Japan; From Software is the developer of the game.

From Software also made Demon's Souls, the spiritual predecessor to Dark Souls as a PS3 exclusive if you didn't already know. Demon's Souls plays almost identical to Dark Souls, and I personally enjoy it more. If you want to go further, Demon's Souls is the spiritual successor to the PS1 and PS2 King's Field games, though they don't have the same gameplay, only atmosphere.
User avatar #174 to #172 - giinthir (06/25/2013) [-]
I have played both. And I know that. But they're the one's who published it, I'm pretty sure they'll have the right to put him in if they feel like it. Not only that, but Megaman is in. He is Capcom.
User avatar #178 to #174 - OptimaTentacle (06/25/2013) [-]
Even still, Atlus published the game within Japan and Dark Souls is not Namco's property. I don't think Namco Bandai has any say in whether or not Dark Souls would be featured. Don't get me wrong, it would be awesome, but it'd probably be as likely as and other franchise not affiliated with Nintendo getting in. And while Megaman is Capcom, he at least was on some Nintendo platforms (as were Snake and Sonic).
User avatar #51 - triggathepirate (06/25/2013) [-]
ham hands?
User avatar #67 to #51 - slugnugget (06/25/2013) [-]
means someone whos clumsy

ham handed
User avatar #73 to #51 - bigfriendlyginger (06/25/2013) [-]
Ham-fisted. as in a term describing someone as clumsy or useless, originally meaning with their hands however clearly here it means in general.
#29 - thetewj (06/25/2013) [-]
I don't care what anyone says about Dragon Age it's still one of my favorite series.    
mfw Inquisition
I don't care what anyone says about Dragon Age it's still one of my favorite series.
mfw Inquisition
#57 to #29 - ninjamyles **User deleted account** (06/25/2013) [-]
wait. THEY RELEASED A TRAILER!    
   
excuse me for a moment
wait. THEY RELEASED A TRAILER!

excuse me for a moment
#330 - Rascal (06/26/2013) [-]
So I'll completely understand if you just don't give a **** , so feel free to thumb this down.
www.youtube.com/channel/UCvsT4FfuFIxXbVSgs9Oz71g/feed This girl goes to
my school (she looks very young for her age). She is the biggest slut I know. Mess up
her account or something. If you want to know WHY THE **** SHOULD I? Just look
at her "about page". She's never even played pokemon. That alone should fill you with rage.
User avatar #335 to #330 - gramernazi (06/26/2013) [-]
I read it and I can now feel the rage in my bones. I couldn't have gotten any angrier when I read "Pokémon References, (you wouldn't understand)"
User avatar #341 to #335 - lolerbot (06/26/2013) [-]
She even did the ******* é
User avatar #363 to #330 - rdangerdash ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
And would you look at that. She's subscribed to almost every single one of the stupidly popular horrible YouTube channels. I think the only thing missing from her collection is Pewdiepie and that's probably just because she has no idea what the **** a video game is.
#339 to #330 - Jeff C (06/26/2013) [-]
I didnt mind the whole thing being pokemon pickup lines, until she said I wouldnt understand
#112 - zaggystirdust (06/25/2013) [-]
I don't really care for smash bros
User avatar #150 to #112 - themagicwizard (06/25/2013) [-]
Oh the shame... I feel the same way.
User avatar #137 to #112 - wtf man (06/25/2013) [-]
so tell me how was foster care, you know since your biological parents never loved you
User avatar #144 to #137 - zaggystirdust (06/25/2013) [-]
for me, everything after Melee was kinda meh
User avatar #171 to #144 - xamuswing (06/25/2013) [-]
"everything after melee"
#222 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
Microsoft thought they were doing everyone a favor by giving us cloud-based games and library sharing. They were right to do this so gamestop wouldn't profit off of used game sales, and eventually MS wouldn't have to produce physical discs (this cuts retailers out of the profits), and the price of games wouldn't have to rise. As is stands now, only very popular or very low budget games make a profit, and many publishers want to increase games to $70. Every single form of entertainment is now digital, and prices are lower in every single case (books, music, movies, steam games). The internet hate wagon ****** up a good thing. Maybe you all should have done a bit of ******* research and listened to Microsoft trying to explain their reasoning. It got to the point where you could see Xbox employees being physically upset and angry while trying to communicate what they were trying to do to ignorant people that just wanted cheap games at gamestop and to not have to worry about an always on line "spy-box" (Which, by the way, is a ******* retarded thing to worry about. No server farm in existence is powerful enough to process and store millions of 1080p video streams at once)
#230 to #222 - Rascal (06/26/2013) [-]
**** OFF YOU MAKE ME THINK TO MUCH I HATE YOU
User avatar #253 to #222 - doodogger (06/26/2013) [-]
So it's good for humanity to put gamestop and used game dealers out of business?
User avatar #258 to #253 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
good for game developers and publishers, yes. As consoles have gotten more complex, development costs have increased. MS was trying not to raise game prices but still make more profit on games. It makes perfect business sense to anyone with a brain. Gamestop is not your friend, and they don't pass any of their profits onto publishers, who still have to patch and support games, as well as pay for the multi-player servers long after the game is published
User avatar #296 to #258 - doodogger (06/26/2013) [-]
This is America, if you want a business selling used games, do it. There's nothing wrong with that, it's not copyright. Is it morally wrong in your opinion to sell used games? It is a small thorn in the side of the big game companies and is a way of making a living. Are pawn shops bad?
User avatar #259 to #222 - schneidend ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
The only thing retarded here is this idea that the cloud feature would have been anything but an inconvenience. None of these benefits were promised, and that is not how the DRM was presented.
User avatar #269 to #259 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
Except it definitely was presented that way. Not only was it presented at the original Xbox press conference, but the Xbox team has a blog, and they laid out in bullet points how they wanted to set up the game licensing. It wasn't official of course, since the console is still months away from release, but they laid out what they were trying to do... Anytime I would reference or link to that, people would say "you can't guarantee it will always work that way, MS is gonna screw us over blah blah blah" because people are afraid of change.
User avatar #273 to #269 - schneidend ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
I watched the initial conference. No promises of cheaper games or infinite licenses was made that I recall.
#279 to #273 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
It might have been at the E3 conference, but here's a picture of the guy who was talking about it. Not that it matters anyways, the feature is dead now.
#282 to #222 - chudboy (06/26/2013) [-]
Problem was, how Microsoft explained these features. They totally ****** it up. They seemed like restrictions to me at the beginning. I definitely understood these features after. But still, I think they were wrong to introduce such features so early on for a console. They should have definitely eased these features in,rather than forcing them. For example, used games. I completely understand the restriction. But for some, people feel they should be able to do anything with their copies that they bought. You can do this with every other product in the world. Once bought, its yours. At the beginning it seemed like Microsoft were just lending you these games, rather than you buying them.
User avatar #291 to #282 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
I agree completely that they ****** up properly communicating what they were doing. MS is relatively new to console gaming, and I don't think they saw anything wrong with what they were doing, they thought people would see it like a glorified itunes sort of service. They didn't realize that gamers have a culture that revolves around physicla media. To myself, you, and many others the new policy made perfect sense, but not until after hours of research on the topic, trying to understand the details. I don't understand why they still couldn't ease users into these new features (optionally of course). My hope is that they just wanted to put a stop to all the hate, and flat out said they were dumping the policy, and that things would be back to normal just so there would be no confusion or worry. They'd be stupid not to let people opt-in to the new policy because plenty of people support it, and such complex DRM takes ********** of time and money to develop. I predict everyone will be arguing about this again within a few months of the X1 release.
#293 to #291 - chudboy (06/26/2013) [-]
I mean with some of the features, they could have easily implemented into the console, but at least make it optional. Such as a 24 hour check in, to sync all your games. It shouldn't be a necessity. They just needed to ease the people into the changes. They did too much in a small amount of time. While Sony, basically stuck to their roots. With some changes here and there, they still stuck with Gaming, and it's roots. I'm a bit Xbox fan boy. But even after this, and Microsoft removing these features, the PS4 is still the winner in my book. The overall design of the console etc, more interesting exclusive (I mean I'm expecting the last of us 2 for it). We'll see how it pans out though.
User avatar #319 to #222 - luciferiam (06/26/2013) [-]
Well put man, I've been (mostly in vain) attempting to explain the same things to many Sony Ponys to no avail. (not even a fanboy.. i own all Playstations and will eventually own PS4)
User avatar #332 to #222 - StaticX (06/26/2013) [-]
I will now present my side of the argument: There has been no case when music in digital format has been cheaper than the hard copy. Games, it depends, I have seen steam have games for $30 that i can pick up at my local K-mart for $10 and vice-a-versa. Books, they average out to be about the same price. Movies, not sure haven't really watched the market. Now: I don't buy games to play online, i play them for the single player. Why should i have to pay to connect to the Internet if im not going to use it? Hence-forth, another **** up. I'd rather have the hard copy of the disc. Why you may ask? Well, logically it's a safer bet. If the cloud system crashes, there goes everything unless they have one hell of a backup. Secondly, and on a more personal level, one can't really have a collection on a cloud, I personally like to search physically through my collection, and used games are the best way to expand my collection or try a new game series without getting ****** if you don't like it. Hell, the ony series' that i think are worth buying new are pokemon, ssb, fire emblem, street fighter, and KoF. Your argument is flawed, completely.
User avatar #257 to #222 - morbidbreath (06/26/2013) [-]
you just described a monopoly. as soon as they gained control over pricing they can do whatever they pleased.
User avatar #264 to #257 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
Just like itunes, steam, and amazon have a monopoly on their content delivery. It still lowered prices and gave more profit to publishers by cutting retailers out of the supply chain.
User avatar #266 to #264 - morbidbreath (06/26/2013) [-]
Oh my god. You're right!!
#287 to #222 - chudboy (06/26/2013) [-]
I totally get they're trying to go digital, it's a great idea. But for me, I'd rather have a physical copy, that I can just pop in the console and play. Rather with Steam, if I want to play something I have to wait for it to download. Not sure if this would be the case with the Xbox One. They were always going to have a backlash. Steam has been going on for 10 years, and had an incredibly slow start. People hate it. I also doubt Microsoft would do any good sales, compared to Steam. Rather than "we'll give you two OLD free games". I'm sorry but the DRM was very unnecessary. People shouldn't have to be forced to be constantly online. There is a market of people who don't have the best connection, and just want to play single player. If the xbox one stopped you from playing, because you aren't synced up, are these people willing to buy it? No. They ****** it up for themselves. Especially with the interview "Oh we already havea console for offline gaming, the Xbox 360". Guess what Microsoft, some people want to play next gen, even if they don't have the best connection. It was their fault. They didn't explain it clearly to people. It seemed like restrictions. The Kinect too, i should have a choice if I want it or not. It shouldn't be necessary for the xbox to work. It's a cool gadget, but unnecessary at times. The Xbox is also known as a gaming console. And the fact that they spent most of the time talking about TV was absolutely pointless. Sure it's nice to have all these features of these streaming services. But the amount of time they went on about it was also unnecessary. All round entertainment machine, fair enough. It's not what the gaming community wants to hear you drivel about for hours. They want games. That is also a reason why many were put off.
User avatar #303 to #287 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
You have to remember that MS is first and foremost a software company. Literally the oldest one in existence. They made the Xbox One so it would run 3 operating systems at once (one is modified Windows 8), have almost no loading times, and be able to multi-task and watch tv without any lag. For anyone into software development that's amazing, and it's clear that MS put just as much development into the new Xbox as they would have put into the next Windows or Office. But MS forgot that console gamers don't give a **** about that kind of stuff... they just wanna put in a disc and play a game. I feel like I'm one of the few that appreciate what they're trying to do, as it obviously took years of development and a ******** of money, but they may have ****** up from square one by not understanding their target market. It's become painfully obvious that gamers fundamentally don't give a **** about software innovation, and it's honestly kind of sad. Also, the kinect is required because voice and hand gestures are used to control the console, and logging in works by facial recognition. Fingers crossed it actually works properly...
#308 to #303 - chudboy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah I get what you're coming from. Some of the features and the new UI seemed cool. Since I love Windows 8. But the Kinect thing again, I understand that you use voice and hand gestures, but it's optional isn't it? I have a Kinect, and barley use it, since half the time it doesn't work. I fully believe the Kinect 2 will be 10 times better. But it's optional to use the UI with the controller. Which many gamers will do. I also feel like they missed their main target audience. But I guess they were trying to target a bigger audience, the families etc. Which is great. You also have that time where the games were running on High End PC's in E3. Understandable since you want to show the games and wow the audience. But not use Windows 8 to run the games? Since the Xbox will run on a modified Windows 8? Using Nvidia Cards that have twice the power of the AMD cards? That was pretty sneaky of them. If they just came out with "We're running the games on a PC, with the same specs, since the development of the actual console isn't finished" I reckon people wouldn't have been so shocked by it.
User avatar #314 to #308 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
I agree on the kinect, I said fingers crossed it works properly because the current one is glitchy as **** . They claim it can read your heart rate by looking at you though, so it much be much more accurate. I do hope the kinect **** is optional for navigating the console, as I really hate talking when I'm the only person in a room, but I don't think anyone knows yet.

Yeah, the one red flag for me was when it turned out they were running their demos off PCs with nvidia GPUs... I wanna think they had their reasons, but that was really very strange.
User avatar #288 to #222 - ragingbrony (06/26/2013) [-]
While I agree completely with what you said, I think the issue is that they tried to change it all at once right away.

You need to ease people into such huge changes, otherwise they won't be accepted. Even if they are for the better.
#290 to #288 - chudboy (06/26/2013) [-]
Agreed. They should ease people into these.
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User avatar #240 to #233 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
The idea was that you would be required to install games to the HDD, and wouldn't be able to play them off of discs. This would regulate the licenses. Then you could play the games on any xbox you signed into. You could visit your cousin and play your entire game library. You could also share a game with one friend at a time while still having access to it. There were a select few, myself included, that were very excited for the Xbox One, and all of these features got ruined by a bunch of shortsighted idiots. Are you upset about not being able to play CDs anymore? What about watching tv? Somehow you don't own physical copies of every tv show you watch and manage to keep a dedicated cable connection. Somehow everyone even had enough internet frequently enough to bitch about the Xbox One on line requirement ON THE ******* INTERNET.
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User avatar #276 to #250 - drunkasaurus (06/26/2013) [-]
The source saying that game sharing would be limited to an hour was a pastebin article that was proven to be ******** . An MS exec came out and said that was NOT how game sharing was going to work, and that while publishers would have the ability to limit game sharing to single or multi-player only, that was the extent of the restrictions.
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