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Submitted by ALFighter27 799d ago | opinion piece

Editorial: Xbox One - Stagnation Before Innovation

Alex from IrrationalPassions.com enters his opinion in the ring about the Xbox One's changes to its DRM policy. (Xbox One)

Chaostar  +   799d ago
A lot of these articles popping up; it seems like MS are damned if they do, damned if they don't. Personally I disliked their old policies, I think removing them was a step in the right direction. Xb One went from being DOA to being back to serious competition for PS4 and we all know competition is great for this industry.
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Godmars290  +   799d ago
The thing is they could have tested digital sharing and cloud features on the 360.

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