A new deal, which includes a free $50 eGift card, has been revealed for Xbox One 1TB Limited Edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Bundle.
So does that leave it at $200 flat now?!?
wow M$, why not just throw us the freaking xBone for free!? you have tons of cash, right? that is how good business is done, to widen the "installed base, right? make your fans very happy, indeed
With all those sales from Sony PS4 it surprises me that that Sony still struggles to make a profit each year as a company. As for Microsoft they are always gaining. Microsoft net worth is 318 billion dollars while Sony is at 8 Billion dollars. Lol Sony needs a new business strategy...
Playstation is profitable. Sony is not. Big difference.
If only Sony could create a business monopoly based on software.
To be a monopoly and maintain it with fierce competition that gives away free competing software is no small feat, let alone that MS isn't a monopoly in all the software types they sell. We also see how the best software company in the world iterates so I think it is a well deserved. However, competition with pressure is always best and we see that with the Xbox One.
@donthate: That's why I specified 'business monopoly' as it relates to businesses using their software in over 98% of the business markets out there. That's where they have control, over what governments and businesses use for their productivity software.
You think with all that money they wouldn't have came out with the weaker system. Just goes to show how much more sony cares about us than M $
Good deal. Didn't even know Dell sold game consoles. Who knew.
Looks like people in here didn't bother to click on the actual deal. If they did they would see it is NOT a good deal at all... It says it's $450 and they give you a $50 ecard... It does NOT mean you can apply the ecard to the bundle...it's just an ecard you can use to buy OTHER things from dell. The best deal i've seen so far is from Target with the Unity bundle for $329 which includes 2 games.
Doesn't beat the Sam's club deal matched to Best Buy with Amex $25 of $250 and reward points making the console under $350 out the door, but this is not a bad deal if you missed it.
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