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3 years ago#51
PSN and Steam ID: Kman2097 | 3DS FC: 5455-9399-6174 Kurtis | Twitter: @ColonelKurtis
My favorite games: Shadow of the Colossus, MediEvil, Red Dead Redemption.
3 years ago#52
They shouldn't do anything.
Do you understand why Microsoft changed there mind on DRM policies after they announced them. It is for the same reason PC gamers chastised Ubisoft for there anti PC DRM heavy approach. An approach that only affected paying customers by restricting their usage rights to media they legally obtained. This is the reason Microsoft lost sales, sometimes customers complain about something very vocally and don't back it up (look at the Madden NFL franchise) despite the company not doing anything to change. Other times the customer does vote with their dollar though and a company that made bad decisions in the planning and marketing phases gets punished despite doing the best they can to course correct.
Bottom line Microsoft attempted to push the market towards digital distribution in an inorganic way with really bad policies behind it. The switch to digital distribution is a big change that will take a decade or more to become the standard. Microsoft started off in this new market not navigating it carefully and I fully expected it to bite them in the rear early on. However if they put out an abundance of AAA games that are of high quality they can come back, much like Sony did last gen to come from behind.
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3 years ago#53
By giving a new pair of sock to Virobot.
3 years ago#54
Actually creating first party games instead of buying exclusives would be a good start. It's a pretty dick move to take things away from competitors when you could just create things and add to peoples' enjoyment.
Console war in a nutshell:
3 years ago#55
It has sold close to 5 million already so what do they need to turn around?Titanfall will get them quite a few sales but Halo will make sales go through the roof
Lol no, 3.4.
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3 years ago#56
joe_david posted...10M = easy. 360 did 10.4 million and Xbone is selling 2.5 times quicker..
The only current rate we know is 3.9 million in 5 weeks, if that's a current rate Xbox One should hit 39 million by the end of the year.
If you add the 360s worst selling year (which the Xbone is still way above) which includes 6 months of shortages, RROD and availability in 35 territories we get 12.9 million. Roughly comparable to the 360 at $280-$350
At this stage, there is nothing Microsoft can do to sell less than the 360. They've already tried $499 and banning used games and it hasn't worked.
If they sat out sales until November, there would still be more Xbones in peoples homes than 360s in the same amount of time.
god of war 2 is the best game eva
3 years ago#57
A few things:
Whilst I agree with most of what you've stated, I think a Kinect free model is a bad idea. Whilst I can appreciate that there are people hoping for a Kinectless SKU, it is currently the only thing differentiating Xbox from Ps4 . Without Kinect, Xbox One is the same as a PS4 only less powerful.
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3 years ago#58
Microsoft could turn the Xbox One around by selling it all to Amazon.
3 years ago#59
A time machine to erase their terrible floppy PR leading up to launch.
Give me one for free, without the Kinect.
Better hardware, although they'd have to replace all the existing ones so they don't tick off 3 million people.
Sounds about right.
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3 years ago#60
Yup, I'd own one too if it weren't for the NSA spy tech.