GI - Xbox president and Bing Gordon talk Xbox's reach into the home.
$50 XBL access should be axed, you have to pay $50 to be able to pay for service like Netflix,HBO etc. That's Preposterous.
It's $60 now
If you don't look for deals.
$35 for me ;)
smh, $50 TO $60? that is just.... smh
As millions of people are willing and happy to pay for Live Microsoft has no incentive to take out Live Gold because people who want to have online access will buy it. It is quite a sad state of affairs.
I thought that a silver account was all you needed to get netflix and HBO go (and their respective service fees). The gold is to play online and other premium services.
You still have to pay for internet & subscrib to both Netflix,HBO .It not like you were going to get those services cause u payed for XBL only.
Ik it sucks
for me it doesnt matter whether you get deals for these cards or not, im not paying for something that i can get on my ps3, wii, phone, tv, pc, laptop without paying a sub fee. so no it will not own my living room because its barely used.
Not my living room
Agreed. I don't need or want my game console to be handling all this extra stuff that I already have access to. And then pay them to access it on top of that? Forget that.
Agreed im not that stupid to pay extra for something i already have access to. only in America where something like this can happen, and im one American who is not falling for this garbage.
Exactly! I find it ironic that when the PS3 released, Microsoft called it an entertainment center instead of a gaming system due to the blu-ray. Now look who has the better quality games and who is adding all these gimmicks.
But only in US.
Yeah where the majority of "gamers" don't know jack about video games and only want to play what is popular atm. Aka angry birds and cod. I live in the US myself and it's ridiculous the lack of video game knowledge some people here have. Those same people will do whatever is the "cool" thing to do, which unfortunately is the 360 over here. I blame the people for sure, for not being interested enough in games to look up information for themselves (because I have no idea why someone would prefer the 360 over the PS3 if you knew about all the exclusives and psn+ n stuff.) But I also blame Sony to an extent. They NEED to be more aggressive with advertisements.
I don't understand why people can't get a very simple thing. Sony just had a 6 billion dollar company wide loss. They have had over ten billion in losses for the last five years. They don't advertise much because they don't have the money to advertise much. They did advertise Killzone 3 pretty well. Not many bought it though. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. But I blame people for not being interested enough in gaming to learn more about what their favorite gaming company is going through.
It's useless in my living room.
U must live in a Macdonalds car park
Not with his majesty playstation the 4th coming, the cloud is like an atomic bomb that will not just control the living rooms but the streets because its everywhere and cable will be streamed easily also. Right now living room is not the only place to rule but every where on the earth from the mountains to the valleys.
This guy's trolling is old-school Still not as good as Zhuk or Sniper's though
As good as a chance of owning the tablet market...none
Sony will own my living room, thanks to developers like Naughty Dog.
Listen to the SDF come out. One thing you can say that sony sure as hell has no chance in doing it. Their products are in the dump except for PS which isn't what it used to be. MS only has Apple to worry about now. Sony is actually too broke to compete.
LOL That's why the PS3 continues to outsell the 360. That's why Sony still spends more than a quarter of a billion dollars to acquire other companies and brands. I'm starting to wonder if California's heat wave is coming from your head.
Well, one of the ways Sony has an upper hand is that they produce literally EVERYTHING you could use(electronically) in your living room. Televisions, surround sound, home stereo, gaming consoles, smart devices...
Anyone could own the living room nextgen, that's what makes new consoles so exciting. I do agree with Mezzo tho, if they really want it to take off with the casuals they will need to get rid of the extra fees. But let's not rule that out for nextgen.
Already have a cable box thanks..
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