Engadget takes a look and an early developer build of the new dashboard.
every update makes it look more and more like the xmb. i think sony should go for a lawsuite about now
Are you blind? the Metro UI looks nothing like the XMB.
you need to check your eyes...
is this suppose to be a joke? because am not laughing...maybe my sense of humor is bad but excuseeeeeeeeeeeeee me.
I don't even know how to respond to such a comment.
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Are you blind or heavily misguided?
It only looks like the XMB because of how the words are displayed, in a simple text horizontally. That's it.
LOL WTF I own both systems, honestly the Xbox dashboard looks a lot better than XMB. This also looks nothing like XMB.
everyone copies each other these days. cant wait for this update, youtubeeeeeee :D
I'm really excited for the update, but I am a bit worried about the youtube feature. When they announced it, they made it seem like only the top videos on youtube will be viewable. I don't think we will be able to search up any video, I hope I'm wrong though.
Can't wait for this update, the dash finally looks better to navigate, the NXE was a good improvement over the blades but still wasnt great.
I turn my 360 on once every blue moon these days but I really do like the look of this new UI, I find it to be quite minimalistic which is always a good thing.
I'm the opposite. I rarely turn on my Ps3 and recently used it to download the Assassins Creed beta.
Thanks for sharing that interesting tidbit
A performance boost is also confirmed which is good too. Can't wait for the Preview Program to start this month or early Oct.
Looks nice and clean. I wont be happy though if we cant alter the entirely white backdrop. Entire white isn't for everyone and so hopefully a night and day theme is provided as that option
Looks like it's built exclusively for Kinect... I hate Kinect. =/
Beacons will be really handy, I want to hear more about the cloud storage though.
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