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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 732d ago | opinion piece

Xbox Reveal Wishlist

Atomic:

'Microsoft is set to reveal both the name of their next-generation console tomorrow on May 21st, and between that show and their E3 press conference in early June, we should get a much clearer picture of what the next gen will look like - especially in those formative early months at the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014. Let's go through AtomicGamer's hopes and dreams, all spiced with a dash of stark realism regarding what MS will and won't show, as well as what they can and can't have for their new baby coming this fall.' (Xbox One)

Droid Control  +   732d ago
1. 5 NEW IP's!
2. 5 more IP's!
3. Backwards compatibility
4. Free online
5. 360 pad with fixed D-pad, no gimmicks.
RuleofOne343  +   732d ago
4 of 5 is not bad , the service will be dramatically improved so it remains a profitable asset , maybe a 3 tier service where silver get online play & a few apps, but Gold remains the same but Rhodium(?) is a new tier added that bring tons of new things. JMT

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