Xbox 360: Five Reasons We Can't Say No (RunDLC)

By all accounts, the Xbox 360 should have been a disaster. Microsoft rushed the system to market, then had to backpedal when thousands (if not millions) of consoles were returned to stores or sent in for repairs. Normally, this sort of thing would cripple a product, yet the company continues to battle Sony for control of the living room. This, despite the infamous red ring of death controversy and the announcement that it planned to raise the price of Xbox Live.

This, of course, raises a potentially eye opening question: Why do we bother?

John Artest (RunDLC)

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TheDCD3644d ago

Because it's more fun than PS3?

Omega43644d ago

I don't think this article will bother stating the obvious.

yewles13644d ago

I see the CAT scan guys didn't bother to remember their appointment with you again, I see...

awiseman3644d ago (Edited 3644d ago )

I am going to see the future comments.

"And one reason why we CAN say no, its xbox not ps3"

am i right or am i right?

Lord Gunchrote3643d ago (Edited 3643d ago )

This article does seem very biased. But they always are. Good reasons as any I suppose.

maxqubit3644d ago (Edited 3644d ago )

1 and 2 spots are for:

- Controller (i have speed/fpsfreeks whcih make the controller even better:)
- XBOX live (from day 1)


-Exclusives? not so much
-But Achievements are addictive (and i'm not even that much into achievements)
-Kinect? To be seen. Not for me ... but my kids?:)

AceofStaves3644d ago

It all comes down to personal preferences.

Well done, lads. Well done.