Xbox One Petition to bring back Old Policies – Microsoft Responds

A commentary over Microsoft's response to the Xbox One petition that was asking for a return to E3.

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Need4Game1286d ago

Gamers, Sign Xbox One petition !

Bring back the Freedom to be Restricted on Xbox One.

Muffins12231286d ago (Edited 1286d ago )

Oh look,the red dragon is a gamer doing a gaming commentary while playing original....

RyuCloudStrife1286d ago (Edited 1286d ago )

Lol exactly what I was asking myself why does everything have to be over a CoD gameplay.


Also this is a Duplicate of this

The guidelines states:

Sometimes a site does an interview with an industry professional where newsworthy information is revealed deep inside the interview. Other websites often create separate news stories focusing on specific bits of information that are of special interest to their readers. Even if the original interview is already posted it is ok to also post these side stories if the original post did not focus on this newsworthy information.

Seeing as the interview FOCUSED on the petition asking to re-reverse their policies this is a Duplicate as this topic was already covered before.

But somehow I cannot report this story...

georgeenoob1286d ago (Edited 1286d ago )

Lol only people signing the petition are desperate Sony fanboys cause they ran out of things to argue about.

I remember when BARELY anyone on this site supported DRM, yet all of a sudden a bunch of people on N4G support it? Lol you trolls need a day off.

M-M1286d ago


The final stretch for that one bubble?

Imalwaysright1286d ago

@ george according to xbox fanboys the ps fanboys were the only ones speaking up against MS policies!! You must be mistaken. Those signatures are clearly from MS fans that defended MS policies and unbiased gamers.

georgeenoob1286d ago (Edited 1286d ago )


Proof that you're wrong:

Look at Need4Game comment. 21 agrees and 10 disagrees. We all know how the agree/disagree system works at N4G. More agrees than disagrees = Sony fanboy comment.

Sony fanboys support DRM policies.

redwin1286d ago

I wish they change everything ..... Back to the original. I won't worry, PS4 fanboys will end up doing the same when their system catches up to today's tech.

DragonKnight1286d ago

@georgenoob: "I remember when BARELY anyone on this site supported DRM, yet all of a sudden a bunch of people on N4G support it?"

You have a bad memory. There were enough shills supporting the DRM as "the future" and as "the same thing as PC" especially because they were ignorant about the game share feature. Not their fault they were ignorant though, Microsoft tried very hard to hide the fact that it was a glorified demo feature.

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buynit1286d ago

Some of you get anal about duplicate Stories! My goodness news flows through this place very fast, god forbid i miss it and catch it the second time around..

Get a life..

stuna11286d ago

Proof that DRM is alive and well!

dcj05241286d ago


BallsEye1285d ago

You're a Sony troll. Saw your history. Don't call yourself gamer ever agaiN!

Bluepowerzz1285d ago

sony? supported me for 15 years if i like them or support them dont i have a right too? im not just supporting them for a one hit wonder title like halo or xbox live which only has one feature over ps3s psn which is cross game chat you miscreant i hate you.

BallsEye1285d ago


What the Fuuuuuu is your problem? Did I write this message to you or to Need4Game for posting link to petition everywhere when he obviously trolls just so the DRM will be back and he got something to laugh at.

Bluepowerzz, you are not the bellybutton of the world. You gotta reLAX!

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xc7x1286d ago (Edited 1286d ago )

"..Freedom to be Restricted.." LOL

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D-riders1286d ago

family share plan makes no sense

buynit1286d ago

What part don't you get how it works behind the scene or how it works as a Gamer?

cleft51286d ago

Family share plan sounds good on paper, problem is that had things gone as intended developer/publisher could have just opt out of that plan. No way any publisher opt into a plan that essentially lets people play their full game for free.

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