Talking Point: Wii U vs Xbox One - Online Requirements and On-Disc DRM

Nintendo Life: Last week Microsoft unveiled its Xbox One, or the non-gaming aspects for the most part, and seemingly managed to confuse as many viewers as it hyped up. Those that opt for schadenfreude should tread carefully, however, as Nintendo's Wii U reveal at E3 2011 similarly baffled many in terms of what the system actually was — an expansion for Wii, or another portable system? The only proviso we'd throw in is that the issues confusing people about Xbox One are more complex, and even after fevered analysis in recent days some areas are still causing the scratching of heads, especially as Microsoft executives have a habit of making vague, contradictory statements.

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MNGamer-N1993d ago

The issue is that our consumer freedoms are at stake. I don't want downloadable games most of the time. I want physical copies, and at $60 a pop I sure as hell want to be able to do what I want with my copy... be able to share with others or sell my game on e-bay at a fair price. To me, Microsoft just does not care about what the gamer wants in a next gen console, and I will not support them at launch.