Do you think the X-Box Brand will ever recover from May 21st and E3 2013?

#51Laylow12Posted 4/12/2014 9:07:48 AM
No chance of recovery. The best thing for the brand would be to sell it to a competent group of management. It had a good reputation at one time but the current direction is wrong with the focus on TV, CABLE and shoving KINECT 2.0 down everyones throat. People just want to play games and Microsoft doesn't deliver in that category.

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#52Kupo_Mog_KupoPosted 4/12/2014 9:08:13 AM
They already have to a decent degree. They aren't selling as many consoles as Sony(and won't because of the worldwide situation) but they are doing great for a machine that costs as much as the X1 does. They continue to track ahead of Xbox 360 sales at the same time.
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#53dray3214Posted 4/12/2014 9:10:59 AM
Shinobi120 posted...
dray3214 posted...
Shinobi120 posted...
After with the "Always online DRM" along with the "No used games" scandals in which it started spreading all around non-gaming sites as well as within social media, no. Might even be a few years before they could start trusting Microsoft again, & by then it'll be too little, too late.


you put all your trust in sony when they were gonna use the same policies until MS got the backlash they did. what would you be saying now? sony even planned on bundling the camera with the playstation until they saw the $500 price tag on x1 so they wanted the cheaper console. sounds like a very trustworthy company you're following too. don't forget about when they got hacked, it took them nearly a week to tell everyone that their credit card info got stolen...very trustworthy indeed


LOL, there's no proof that PS4 has DRM at all, it's not even implemented into the infrastructure of the system which requires millions upon millions of dollars to spend. The fact that people could still play games offline without the Day One patch proves that.

Plus Sony wasn't about to repeat the same mistakes with the price tag like they did with PS3. So stop it with the bull**** to try to make MS look better.


whatever you say buddy, theres tons of articles about both drm and the camera bundle. all it takes is a google search
#54Shinobi120Posted 4/12/2014 9:13:38 AM
dray3214 posted...
Shinobi120 posted...
dray3214 posted...
Shinobi120 posted...
After with the "Always online DRM" along with the "No used games" scandals in which it started spreading all around non-gaming sites as well as within social media, no. Might even be a few years before they could start trusting Microsoft again, & by then it'll be too little, too late.


you put all your trust in sony when they were gonna use the same policies until MS got the backlash they did. what would you be saying now? sony even planned on bundling the camera with the playstation until they saw the $500 price tag on x1 so they wanted the cheaper console. sounds like a very trustworthy company you're following too. don't forget about when they got hacked, it took them nearly a week to tell everyone that their credit card info got stolen...very trustworthy indeed


LOL, there's no proof that PS4 has DRM at all, it's not even implemented into the infrastructure of the system which requires millions upon millions of dollars to spend. The fact that people could still play games offline without the Day One patch proves that.

Plus Sony wasn't about to repeat the same mistakes with the price tag like they did with PS3. So stop it with the bull**** to try to make MS look better.


whatever you say buddy, theres tons of articles about both drm and the camera bundle. all it takes is a google search


All rumors, bud. All rumors.

If they were trying to do it, they were only PRETENDING to to throw Microsoft off of the loop.

If you honestly thought that Sony were going to risk dragging the PS brand further into the mud after they just got back on their feet after what happened with the PS3, then you're as dumb as I thought.
#55BBQMooseheadPosted 4/12/2014 10:45:30 AM
DarkAdonis123 posted...
Honestly, yes. But it's going to take about 2-3 years for people to get over it all. During that time they're going to need some serious exclusives. Especially since multiplats seem to always be better on PS4.


lol MS hasnt put out an exclusive since 2010 on X360 called Alan Wake.

What makes people believe they will actually follow through this time?
#56Ryan-06Posted 4/12/2014 6:15:23 PM
Deal with it
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#57VoidBeyondPosted 4/12/2014 6:34:19 PM
brownmyster posted...
TheGam3925 posted...
brownmyster posted...
I think people needs to go back and re watch ms e3 of last year. It was good. They showed nothing but games. The Xbox one reveal is what was atrocious. The sony conference was good only cause of the price and the announcement on drm and used games. The rest of Sony show was indies.


http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KbWgUO-Rqcw

Count the number of times they say TV. I'll wait.

Serious do u not know the difference from the reveal which was May 21 and e3 which was June 10 or 11 the video is from the reveal. Here is a link to ms e3. Enjoy.
m.youtube.com/watch?v=fSXicnwHgss


HAHAHA Gam got owned.
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#58VoidBeyondPosted 4/12/2014 6:35:31 PM
BBQMoosehead posted...
DarkAdonis123 posted...
Honestly, yes. But it's going to take about 2-3 years for people to get over it all. During that time they're going to need some serious exclusives. Especially since multiplats seem to always be better on PS4.


lol MS hasnt put out an exclusive since 2010 on X360 called Alan Wake.

What makes people believe they will actually follow through this time?


lolwut.
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