How would you feel if microsoft never changed policies?

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User Info: zombiabsol

zombiabsol
3 years ago#1
and kept their vision of the future the same the whole way through? - Results (124 votes)
It would flop worse than wii u
61.29% (76 votes)
76
it wouldnt do THAT bad
11.29% (14 votes)
14
it would do ok
4.03% (5 votes)
5
it would do good
8.06% (10 votes)
10
it would do great, a good competitor for the ps4
9.68% (12 votes)
12
it would do better than the ps4 will
5.65% (7 votes)
7
This poll is now closed.
reason asking is because these boards were filled with so much denial and trolling when the xbone was revealed. Fanboys insisted the console would do better than the ps4 (ironic because its not as far as we know) and ps4 fanboys trolled the living hell out of this board.

so now that were so far from where the xbone started off with all the 180's, and hopefully the denial or whatever has worn off, how does this board think the original xbone would have did?
I live for the Applause, Applause, Applause. I live for the applause-plause, live for the applause-plause!

User Info: zombiabsol

zombiabsol
3 years ago#2
also i worded the title/question weirdly , but you knows whats i means
I live for the Applause, Applause, Applause. I live for the applause-plause, live for the applause-plause!

User Info: fon1988

fon1988
3 years ago#3
I know for sure I would have never bought one, and am still on the fence about ever purchasing one.
NNID: PoisonShroom

User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#4
Wouldn't have a chance for me.

I didn't think the digital game policies were that bad, but the 24hr online check was just a terrible idea.
Every time you point out that something is an opinion Jesus shoots a kitten in the face.

User Info: TBONE_OG

TBONE_OG
3 years ago#5
I had no problems pre-180. All the choices that MS made for features and benefits were perfect for me. I'm always online.

However, I don't think it would have done well off the bat (as you can see from the bad press it got). It take a while for people to grasp how much better the digital future would be.
Always O.G.

User Info: Orange_Apples

Orange_Apples
3 years ago#6
Considering I mostly liked the reveal XB1, I'd like the console.
PC + Nintendo
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User Info: Shacky_101

Shacky_101
3 years ago#7
LOL at the people who didnt pick the first option.
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User Info: _Sovereign_

_Sovereign_
3 years ago#8
I would respect the company more if they never changed their policies, though I still wouldn't have bought another console from them.
"Microsoft demands simultaneous multiplatform releases" - Type that into your search bar and you'll see why you should buy Rayman on Wii U, not ports.

User Info: Revival125

Revival125
3 years ago#9
AT first I hated it with a passion.


Now I kinda miss the things they took and im not sure why. I cant even remember these days what they did take.
Spread Your Wings And Fly Away With Me

User Info: zombiabsol

zombiabsol
3 years ago#10
im not even trolling, but the people who picked the last two options are either trolls or fanboys.

the xbone NOW is going to have trouble keeping up with the ps4, how you could you think it was really gonna do better than the ps4 BEFORE when it isnt going to do that great NOW
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