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Bring it on! I can't wait to see what MS has up their sleeve.
Very excited here!
Looking forward to see what Microsoft has had Rare working on, hoping it's Killer Instinct!
The moment of truth. Finally get to see which Console I am getting or what one I am getting first.. Or if I will get any for a few months. All next gen games seem to be coming out for current gen and if the only differences are graphical then I am not dropping hundreds on them.
Bring it! I'm ready to revel in the gaming goodness!
Can't Wait for this and E3.
Very excited to see what Microsoft has to present. But after so many issues with my Xbox 360 it will take alot to make me buy the next Xbox. Leaning more towards the PS4 at the moment.
? bro I think you posted this in the wrong place
Biggest surprise they could bring is say "hey we were some ass holes for charging you to play multiplayer, we hardly supported the core with games and they were the ones who got us here! and there were so many broken consoles last time around, We want to apologize. The new xbox won't be like that." Then they show 5 new exclusive core projects, their plans to match the value of ps+ with gold and silver is free mp, then they demonstrate the durability of the next xbox by putting it in an oven for a bit, showing it still works afterwards.
Hardly supported the core?
I think he means the last 3 years or since the kinect reveal
@NavydAd Yes, because the second Kinect came out, all games that did not have Kinect functionality stopped working and third-party studios stopped making multiplatform games for the 360. Also Halo 4 was canceled and never released.
I wanted to buy both consoles but I came to the conclusion that I can either buy 2 consoles and a game a piece or I can buy one console and get all the games coming out! Right Now Sony has me with inFamous Second son Microsoft would need at least an Alan Wake to tie
And that Alan Wake would need to be open-world, as it was always meant to be. Basically, MS should be concentrating on the entire gamut: shooter, action/adventure, platformer, puzzle, open-world, driving, etc. Looking forward to seeing what they bring to the table. As long as they stop charging for me to use my own Internet and free apps - and if the games are there, which I'm sure they will - I'll be in.
Both systems...3 or 4 games each.That's how I've done it in the past and that's how I'll continue to do it.
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