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Submitted by Helsleycopter 553d ago | opinion piece

Microsoft Changes Policies, But Did They Change Opinions?

Recently, Microsoft let loose the information that they were changing their policies on the Xbox One. Reversing the used game DRM and the online check in requirement, Microsoft made some massive strides to improving the damage done already. Making their system more consumer friendly can only help things, but the way they went about it may have actually made things worse. (Xbox One)

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