I’m Looking Forward To Accepting My Xbox One Invitation

Dylan Zellmer, chief editor at iGame Responsibly writes - I was disenchanted by Microsoft's early Xbox One message. Now I'm starting to feel at home again.

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christocolus1847d ago

i accepted mine months ago

Bigpappy1847d ago

I was ready right after I finished Skyrim.

strickers1846d ago

Was that really the last decent 360 game? I think they've had a couple since then.
Before you get your knickers in a bunch, I an kidding ;-)

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MrCastle1847d ago

I am beyond ready. #keepthefaith

ABeastNamedTariq1847d ago (Edited 1847d ago )

I personally want to see a few more games - such as Black Tusk's stealth game, and Sunset Overdrive. And Halo gameplay, of course.

I mean, I'm getting the system for Halo when that comes out, but by then, there would hopefully be more info on their first-year lineup.

And if MS has that whole exclusive content deal w/ Bethesda when they release a new Fallout or Elder Scrolls, that's good for me (not for some, and that does suck for them) because I like my Bethesda games on Xbox. Hell, I'd probably buy two versions anyway, but I'd at least be able to get DLC a bit earlier.

I'd also buy games like Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3 on there.

GiantEnemyCrab1847d ago

Yes, I want more info on Sunset Overdrive that game certainly got my attention at E3!!

GiantEnemyCrab1847d ago

MS has certainly changed up their perception from when the box was first announced. I never had a problem with the DRM except the fact you had to check in every 24hr or a game wouldn't play.

It seems back on track and MS needs to keep this kind of commitment the entire gen and not start coasting 4 years in.

MrCastle1847d ago

I gotta give props to MS for adding Kinect a few years in. It was ballzy. I personally enjoyed Kinect, but it did need some support to flourish.

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