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my beef is that they are going on a tangent that the general business community doesn't want
Win8 Fails, Win7 rules.... Xbox 1 Fails, Xbox360 Rules
if they are not going to supply what is wanted, they will lose market share as competitors will fill the gaps
the general business community isn't where the cash is at currently
Microsoft has no idea where the cash is at currently
I realise this but ignoring them is not a sustainable business model
Xbox1, giant tv box, nobody pays for cable in the usa anymore, they watch it online for free...
Also, tv features don't work in other countries... massive fail
We pay for DISH network at my house but it's pretty cheap
add in no used games and "almost" always online, and you get the Failbox 1
PS4 wont be much better
PS4 has already stated no need to be online, and no issues with used games
PS4 reveal focused on power, graphics, and games... XB1 was all over the place, and mostly focused on tv features that nobody gives a single f**k about
once again don't mind, everything is pretty much you always have to be online
how many times had i need to update my ps3 which takes hours on my connection because a game required it?
or some sort of update
Nothing I own will not function as intended without the internet
I intend to keep it that way
My PS3 rarely connects to the internet really
mine too but games regularly require it
permanently online is the state the world is moving to
I can't comment on that since every PS3 game I own was downloaded from Playstation Plus
and trust me, we third worlders got a lot more to *****about
I don't mind having games use internet features but I don't want my console to be forced to connect to validate your copy of the game FOR NOT OTHER REASON than for some kind of anti-piracy