The Guardian - "Independent game developers have been at the centre of the next-gen console war – now, here are their unguarded views."
Good read thanks
Bad read, we know about sales, why didn't they talk about development and how hard or easy the systems are to work with. Why didn't they talk about Kinect or any features they want to take advantage of in development. Who gives a damn what everybody's opinion is? Dumb opinions at that. "Sony is focused on games"? They are both focused on install base, and both care about games. How is MS not focused on games when they have the most exclusives and every 3rd party IP out? Which systems is most powerful/ which system has features only for gaming has never matter in the concole race. Look up your history. Also people who say tithe Xbox features don't matter because they have other devices that do the same stuff, I bet you have a PC or old systems so why buy a new one at all? Because that's a flawed argument.
Quick somebody get this man a tissue. I like how you say nobody cares about dumb opinions yet here you are giving yours.
"Brian Provinciano: From what I've heard with retailer murmurs, the PS4's still ahead. In fact, there's a game store here having a midnight launch for PS4 but not Xbox One due to low preorders. I'm not shy to admit that I'm rooting for the PS4, but Microsoft's putting a lot of money into marketing." Well...
They really are putting a ton into marketing, comedy central last night was pretty much a flash of green and black, frankly it got annoying
"but Microsoft's putting a lot of money into marketing" It's crazy. CVG - New XB1 theme site layout IGN - New layout *supposedly* powered by XB1 Tesco - Had their O replaced with the XB1 logo. The XB1 tour of 75 cities around the world. The sure as hell are spending a tonne more than Sony did/are. Well hopefully it works out for them if not that's a lot of dough wasted.
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