Pointgames:As you can see in the video, I am sharing with you another bad news about the controversial Xbox One. Though it has so many great characteristics, it is full of unpleasant surprises.
Interesting story with the Xbox One with what is going on…..
its working fine for most people imo, actually go through troubleshooting before whining
Typical! An Xbox user can't talk about issues he is having with his preferred console without being attacked by other Xbox users. I feel bad for these people. Edit: Why am I getting disagrees? It's true! Here is how the situation usually goes down- Person have the problem: "Hey guys! I'm having this issue with my Xbox, and I have no idea what's going on. Has anybody else had this problem?" Typical response: "What Issue? I'm not having issues, so you must be lying! You're just trying to make Microsoft look bad! F you!
The problem with articles like this is it presents and isolated event as if it's a widespread issue, without giving any insight to the specifics. Who is his carrier? What's his upload speed? Did he chooses resolution that compliments his upload speed? Was someone on his network also uploading? These are things that would effect his upload, regardless of the device he uses. There are a ton of potential variables, and he presented none. When you can go to twitch right now and see hundreds of hours of flawless 720p 30fps Xb1 streams, it's hard not to look at such an incomplete article like this and see it as a bit disingenuous .
@Mrhunterjr So that completely justifies attacking someone just because they're having issues that you're not having? The guy just wants to enjoy his Xbox for Christ sakes! But according to the people here, just becuase they themselves are not having this issue, he is lying and whining too much. I would think that people here would be willing to help out a fellow user. But apparently, just because you're having an issue that nobody else is having, you're not important and you're just whining.
It's the Article, not the problems...
@KonsoruMasuta Not one mention of upload speed, other examples to show it's widespread, etc. It has nothing to do with brand loyalty nor did the reply, so why bring it up? You ask why users can't mention a legit problem? I ask why can't users can't respond with a legit rebuttal. It works both ways. The "article" does a piss poor job of supplying information to see if it's his own issue or actually Microsoft's. Thing is, I've seen streams look like that time and time again and the culprit is bandwidth almost every time.
Konsura.... Wtf? He said troubleshoot.... Whats wrong with that response? Its the first thing I do..... Most people too I think....relax... Seems like you want a issue. @yama, I guess making it a fanboy issue for konsura will make it more interesting...
Not 2 whine but its broken 4 me.
"another bad news".......
I wonder if these people have crappy Bandwith. You are playing an online only game and streaming it you better have the bandwith to cope with it. I had no issue with streaming games on X1 but I have 5 down and 30 up. Those with the basic 1 up and 5 down will not be able to stream very well.
5 down 30 up? you sure it's not the other way around?
No you don't... You have 30down and 5up lol
I'm assuming you really meant you have 30 down and 5 up??
You definitely have 30 down and 5 up and that's actually quite basic in and of itself. Not horrible or anything though, good to hear you can stream properly.
Yep I reversed it mid day smoking is never good if you have to communicate anything.
this guy had just bad upload speed..mine was doing that with my 1 mb upload.
It works fine
Any else notice the score of the game changes through out the entire video. Was that suppose to be one game or a bunch of examples?
This seems to be a bandwidth issue. What is this guys upload speed?
Funny as h3ll last night I was on twitch watching what I thought was a xboxone stream of titanfall or so he called it till his PC screen popped up an he signed out feeling like a jack%^* lol
oooohhh, I thought the title was saying I could turn my X1 into a alarm-clock... :(
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