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Submitted by kythlyn 823d ago | opinion piece

Xbox: The Next Generation – Great Expectations Edition

With the reveal coming on May 21st, the Gamer Horizion crew weighs in with their hopes and dreams for the next Xbox. (Xbox One)

GalacticEmpire  +   823d ago
"At this point they really need to provide free online play for all Xbox owners. PlayStation Plus is a much better premium service than Xbox Live, which barely competes with the free PlayStation Network services to begin with. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect free online play from the next generation."

Definitely my own personal number 1 wish for Xbox 3, MS need to listen to what gamers want.
HyperBear  +   823d ago
Agreed. Also wouldn't mind seeing them address some these rumors and announcing if they are in fact true or false. But considering it's Microsoft, they won't acknowledge any of those rumors and if asked in interviews, just make up something to bypass the question.

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