What should Microsoft do to avoid losing even more exclusives?

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User Info: dataDyneSoldier

2 years ago#1
This is actually starting to get out of hand. While the hardware isn't as good as the competition, people are still buying the One for the exclusives. Now that Ryse has been lost and added to a growing list of exclusives being released on a non-Xbox platform, what do us Xbox fans think should be done? There is even a rumor of the Halo collection being released on PC. Let's figure this out Xbros!
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User Info: kennyynnoo

2 years ago#2
Console exclusive still, they're not after PC owners to buy a console.
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User Info: LordRaziel

2 years ago#3
Now that x1 are selling poorly compare to ps4. Forcing dev to sign parity clause is out of the question.

User Info: InjusticeReborn

2 years ago#4
Ryse, forever the target for certain individuals...

Before today it was that 'eye candy with dull and linear gameplay' game, that no one really wants.

Now it's worth something and a big loss for the Xbox One console.

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User Info: Cows Go Hisssss

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2 years ago#5
From my experience, most, if not all, PC gamers absolutely refuse to buy a console anyways due to spending so much money on their gaming rigs and having a superiority complex.

Most Xbox exclusives come out to PC until enough Xbox consoles are sold to warrant an "Xbox only" decision. Gears of War 1 was on PC, as was Halo 1 and Halo 2. Xbox games only with no PC release usually start coming during the 2nd or 3rd year of the consoles release, when enough consoles exist in the world to make a decent amount of money on the game.
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User Info: warz0r09

2 years ago#6
These games didn't sell poorly though on xbox one. It's just capcom/crytek are known to put games on PC as these developers aren't 1st party.

User Info: joshfromWID

2 years ago#7
Its still a console exclusive unless it shows up on Nintendo or Sony consoles. The only thing getting out of hand is the amount of times we have to explain this to you.
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User Info: Pumpedu

2 years ago#8
I wonder what the average IQ is of the gamefaqs community.

User Info: joshfromWID

2 years ago#9
PC is not a console...maybe that needs to be a clarified. Okay, so, just so there's no confusion - Xbox One, Playstation 4, Wii U = Gaming Consoles.... - PC = Personal Computer.
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