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Will The Xbox One Rule The Living Room? Price Will Determine The Size Of Its Kingdom

The Xbox One is more or less a known quantity now, but its price has yet to be revealed by Microsoft. Price and ship date are always the biggest concerns when new gadgets or hardware hits the market, but in the case of the Xbox One, it’s likely to help determine whether the “home entertainment system,” as Microsoft is characterizing it, becomes the category-busting, revolutionary, multipurpose living room command center it’s being billed as, or ends up just another console with niche appeal that makes it a target of lust for core gamers, but few outside that circle.

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Yi-Long1070d ago (Edited 1070d ago )

.... I don't really care how much it will cost: I won't be buying it!

I'm done paying to play my games online, and I certainly don't want to have to check in every 24 hours, I want to be able to borrow/give my friends some games, and I don't want to TALK to my Kinect-console (or flap my arms like a lunatic), when I can just press a button.

And most of all, I just want a GAMES-console, NOT a TV-BOX. Certainly not one that spies on me.

Chuk51070d ago

a $300 price point would be a pretty big get.
Really anything under $400 would garner them good PR.
If Sony is smart they would charge $399, take a hit, but come out better in the long run.