Flame-baiting if I have ever seen it.
I agree that he started it off with some flame bait but we have all seen much worse on the internet. I was just pointing out that he didn't have a problem saying the ps4 was a good console
Why are they finalising a rather important aspect after their big reveal? If Sony was doing something similar they'd be slammed as being incompetent, consumer-hating jerks.
People on this forum need to accept that MS made a gamble on the used game issue and lost. MS is trying to tell consumers what they want and consumers aren't having any of it.
Look, I'm not defending their policies and I would feel the same if it was Sony. It just that MS looked disorganized and unprepared to lay out all the details of their policy. The pr blunders add to my thought that they are not on the same page.
Anyway, I still think they can fix their blunder before launch if they take us seriously and reach out to the community, willing to change their policies. We have months before launch and none of this stuff is set in stone. If its wrong to want them to change, then so be it.
Why is it that if you make any remark counter to the popular line that you get attacked as a defender or stupid? There is no room for talking about this stuff.
Angry consumers go to competitors, that is not a secret. It seems pretty unanimous that Sony's showing at E3 was better than MS'. That is if you go elsewhere on the internet and read news.
The sad thing is that it wasn't about the games. If you look at the game content of both, most have said MS did great. Sony won with a better drm policy. They have good games as well, but it was their emphatic drm announcement that made everyone happy.
Its sad because I would hate to miss out on the games coming to the X1. That's why I hope they come to their senses before launch. I want both consoles due to the games I saw. I want MS to alter its policy so that I can happily buy an X1.