Submitted by illnoize 693d ago | opinion piece

5 Keys to a Successful Xbox One Launch Based on the PS4 Launch

So, as those of you who are the proud new owners of a Playstation 4 are painfully aware, the launch didn’t go very well. As gamers know by now, these things are to be expected, and always happen with major internet based properties whether they are MMOs, console releases, online games, or even tax platforms. Will the Xbox One launch have a similar fate? Probably, but here are the five things they could do to avoid this, and at least come out looking better than the Playstation 4 for the first time since E3. (PS4, Xbox One)

heliumhead2030  +   693d ago
I actually read this, but it was just troll food. Xbox one launch will be epic.

Nuff said
Malice-Flare  +   693d ago
heh, #3, @720p the games better be smooth...
KingDadXVI  +   693d ago
A few logical points but it was definitely a troll writing this article. I might ad that along with being a troll he also wears a tinfoil hat.

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