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Submitted by xsus36 346d ago | opinion piece

Kinect-ing the Dots

A perspective on Microsoft's vision for the Xbox One (Kinect, Microsoft, Xbox One)

lifeisgamesok  +   347d ago
Microsoft should be back on track in gamers minds (even though they've been releasing awesome games and already were on the right track IMHO)

It's like some people just like to complain

People were gonna whine if they kept Kinect and now people are already saying they lost what made Xbox unique but real gamers know they have great games and it is a great console
xsus36  +   347d ago
Microsoft is poised to come back strong, but I'm in the minority of people that wished they kept always-on DRM and the Kinect. It benefits the industry by giving more diverse options as opposed to copy catting.
porkChop  +   347d ago
Those 2 things don't benefit the industry because consumers didn't want them. Consumers don't buy things they don't want. DRM has no benefit at all for consumers, all it does is treat paying customers like criminals.
n4rc  +   346d ago
Funny.. Both him and I are consumers. We wanted it.. You have an opinion, its not shared by all.

You know when you sign into psn or xbl, that's DRM too right? And its amazing how many customers on both are buying digitally despite all hating being restricted.. Supposedly..
xsus36  +   347d ago
Steam is highly successful and they don't deal with physical copies at all. DRM is where we are headed in the next five years anyway. Like it or not. I respect your opinion though.

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