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Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
Well I'm glad they changed But... they have already softened the public to the idea and one day they will make the DRM stick.
X-Box, I don't need it. I play all the latest AAA games and have for at least the past 10 years. My Laptop and Pirate Bay are an awesome team.
Originally posted by luciddream
reply to post by WorldObserver
^ ^ ^ Agree >>>
2013 and it still uses this.
Originally posted by Ghost375
Originally posted by shaneslaughta
Good News, guess i wont have to get a play station now.
By every objective measure, Playstation 3 was better than Xbox 360, and Playstation 4 will be better than Xbox One.
But don't let objective measures get in the way of your fanboyism.
Originally posted by FromMyColdDeadBrain
What boggles the mind here is the naïveté of such a prominent company in thinking that in the age of the Internet they could get away with sidling in something as Draconian as no game re-sales and mandatory Internet requirements - effectively rendering their hardware a long term rental console - without suffering crippling blowback.
All M$ have succeeded in doing is galvanising consumer solidarity against any such plans in future by showing them that a unified voice can bring change, reinforced the wide held belief they cannot be trusted, one way or the other, and placing themselves firmly behind the 8-ball for the next generation of video game console hardware.
Sony would be laughing. PC owners, rolling their eyes, as usual.