Did Titanfall save Xbox One like Halo did on the original Xbox?

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User Info: schmarkenheimer

schmarkenheimer
2 years ago#51
Halo didn't "save" the Xbox, it pushed less than 1/5th the units of the PS2. Yes Halo was massive (relative term) but it certainly didn't "save" it.
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User Info: Vamar

Vamar
2 years ago#52
ManInGorillaSut posted...
slyman19 posted...
The Xbox One never needed saving....


Yeah, that's why Microsoft released a kinectless version for $100 less only six months after launch...


They released a new SKU, it's not like they dropped the price of the existing Kinect bundles by $100.

User Info: Kolanifv

Kolanifv
2 years ago#53
vashkey posted...
But yeah, Titanfall is the main reason apparently people buy the Xbox One. It is the best selling game on the system. Even if it's on 360 and PC too. It appears to be the most popular version, anyway.


The 360 version outsold the XOne version.
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