There had been a lot of mish mashing chat going on about whether there were going to be DRM issues. If they were going to build some sort of digital management into the new Xbox, how was it going to effect retail merchants like Gamestop. Hell, there are quite a number of gamers out there who play through a game and go trade it in on something else. How would the new Xbox deal with this issue. In fact there was so much chitter chatter going on Microsoft finally came out unofficially ahead of time and said that was not going to be an issue. Of course they were right, it isn't an issue, however those pudding heads at Microsoft weren't completely honest either. Old games aren't going to play on the Xbox One, only new games. They did say there will be 18 titles available when the system hits the retail market. Ain't that enough to give you a little boner?
|I think this is going to be very, expensive|
This means that if you only are interested in playing one or two of those titles, well, that's it until something else you might find interesting gets released. You're not going to be able to run out to Gamestop and buy another game, not of them will work. The Halo you love to play so much on your 360 will not play on your One. So, if perhaps you've never played Halo and decide to give it a try you will need to play it on your old system, not the new "One" which may have cost $700 to purchase. This means that the games I already own, some of the near and dear to my heart (like Skyrim) will not play. Do you think this is a really good selling point? I don't. Will I run out and buy one? Hell no! You have to remember, the same pudding heads who thought Windows 8 was a good idea, and who now have to come out with 8.1 because of all the hate, also thought about the new Xbox One. Will people really give up their 360's for a One or will they wait until reason hits the pudding heads and they come out wit some sort of update that gives a little common sense to their insanity.