Richard writes: "Just as one eye looks forward to the future, the other looks back on the generation just gone. And what better way than by looking back at our thoughts on the Xbox One’s Generational Game-Changers."
Not a bad list at all! good job!
"Just as one eye looks forward to the future, the other looks back on the generation just gone" Be nice if we could keep and eye on the present, but there's nothing to choose from, because Phil decided (on our behalf) the new console didn't need new games to launch with.
Halo was supposed to launch with it and it did launch with new games (Call of Duty and Assassins Creed). Stop fanbarfing.
lmao oh don't be so sensitive, I'm only saying what us normal people are thinking.
@Sully "Don't be so sensitive" You're literally the one who went off on a negative tirade, but God forbid people address it. Maybe stop acting like a child and purposely instigating.
^ Ted, it was hardly a tirade, just what I see. And I wasn't the one using terms like 'fanbarfing', which is just unnecessary, but sure, go for that moral high ground despite backing up the aggressor due to your bias.
Normal people don't comment in every article for a product they don't like.
Cool, me neither. I don't understand why you're het up over my opinion. I do understand your frustration, but it's not my fault.
You comment on every Xbox article negatively, it's the only reason I recognize your name. Stop trolling.
Well that's not true, but okay, I'll stop commenting because it's upsetting you. Just wow.
Not really though
"The Xbox One Generational Game-Changers" Lots of good third party games on the list, but odd that only one first party game was considered a generational game changer.
It’s not odd to me they had a very bad last generation
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