After Tuesdays somewhat confusing press conference, Microsoft finally unveiled the next generation Xbox One. The hour long reveal focused mostly on sports games and franchise partnerships, and Twitter had a lot to say about that.
I have one gif that describes my feeling of the Xbone reveal. http://i.minus.com/ijW9KbFN... That is all I have to say. Kudos to whoever made this.
care to elaborate as to how this describes your feelings?
care to elaborate as to why you don't get it?
Lol @ Scooby Social media destroyed the multi-million PR campaign for the XBOne
My friends and I were watching the reveal on party chat on Xbox Live and we were in stitches about the dog that they kept showing. I wish I recorded it. "WTF IS WITH THIS DOG?!" we kept shouting lol. I'm glad the internet shares our sentiments.
but it has fish ai! http://www.youtube.com/watc...
lol @ Call of Duty: FISH!
this is wat hitler thinks.. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Damn. You beat me to it :)
that dog!!! lol i give them till E3 before writing off the xbox one im not jumping the gun yet
Any idea when the xbox one is launching??
Later this year (exact date probably at E3).
Let's hope so.. I have a friend who works for EA.. He said E3 weirdly enough won't be fun this year.. It should be the best this time.. But he said it won't be so good..
Twitter? Are you sure you don't mean everybody? I'm sure the hardcore 12 year old COD fanboys are the only people left satisfied. Who can be grateful for having to pay a fee to access bought used games, having to always have an internet connection, having the system with an inferior GPU again and many more niggles? The PS4 is going to dominate the stupidly named ONE. Hell, the WII:U became more popular the moment the disgrace that is the (XBOX BUT I LIKE TO CALL IT THE HTC)ONE was revealed with the phony applause.
I find it funny that you think kids like you are going to be the ones buying a console. Adults wallets will talk. There will be more kids that want mommy and daddy to buy them a PS4.. but the adults will be buying themselves a new Xbox... just like they do every single month here in the USA.
Adults aren't as stupid as children to want an Xbox One.
Yeah, while the young adults, the target audience of games, will buy the PS4.
It's the adults who care more about the TV features and the fantasy sports leagues than kids do.
You shouldn't necessarily rule the kiddies out in their common sense. They are the ones most likely to trade in a game to finance a new one. Not all kids are spoiled with high allowances and parents who will buy them whatever they want. They may surprise you and actually pick up the system which is more advantageous to their wants and needs based on their personal financial situation. They are also more prone to being informed on this stuff due to their peers and the fact they are more likely to use social media and the internet to find out more about what it is they want.
But...but the dog?! And rocket science?!
And all those transistors?!
And the TV?! And the sports?!
And the scars and arm hairs?!
Water coolers of the future!
The Xbox One is large enough to launch a monkey into space....they may want to work on the aerodynamics though...
This is the biggest backlash I've seen. People are absolutely furious at Microsoft.
If MSFT reiterates everything at E3 shown this week and those 15 new games turn out to be mostly Kinect shovelware, this is cake compared to what's to come.
according to M$ PR the xone was very well received with only about 10% negative chater on social media.
Did MS really say that? I'd love to see that link.
here you go.. you just cant make that stuff up.. http://n4g.com/news/1263162... it's a radio pod cast and he will start with that bs right of the bat..
Nobody wants that betabox 1
It's justified. Sony did an 'ok' PS4 reveal, but they talked about the main features, showed some, and then dedicated the majority of the event to showing the new games on it. Everyone was expecting MS to one-up them, and they show less 5 seconds of gameplay footage on their event. They spend more than half the event speaking about their TV features.