#XboxReveal trending on Twitter as fans react

It didn't take long for Microsoft's official confirmation of a major Xbox announcement coming on May 21st to generate tons of comments on social networks. Microsoft launched the #XboxReveal hashtag and its currently in the top 10 trending topics on Twitter.

Here's just some of the more interesting Twitter comments that have popped up alongside the #XboxReveal hashtag:

Yes, he was comparing the reveal of the next version of the Xbox to an erotic novel aimed at women.

Looks like some people are preparing to hold Xbox reveal parties. That should be interesting.

Yep, that's what we are excited about seeing at this press event. Well, that and maybe a next generation free Doritos game.

Um, you might be confusing the next Xbox with a TARDIS.

We all will, my man. We all will.

Source: Twitter

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Cyborg_X said,
Lot of haters crying like they're being forced to buy it. Don't like. Don't buy. Simple.

People don't seem to realise that if all the leaked information about it's specs are true then the new Xbox and the PS4 are going to be a lot more similar then they are now.

10% talk about hardware, %15 talk about games, 75% talk about software.

That's what I'm betting on for the reveal. Seeing as it lands on a Tuesday which I won't be working, I will have to create a scorecard and turn the event into a drinking game!

dead.cell said,
10% talk about hardware, %15 talk about games, 75% talk about software.

That's what I'm betting on for the reveal. Seeing as it lands on a Tuesday which I won't be working, I will have to create a scorecard and turn the event into a drinking game!

Like how Sony talks 90% about graphs and pie charts?

Missing the point: I want to see more talk about the hardware and games, what we can expect to see in the next generation of gaming, and so forth.

Last thing I could care about is using Kinect to open my garage or something equally trivial. Hell, I can't even be optimistic about some of the software offerings, seeing how there's some real broken or limited functionality in my Windows 8 apps and charms. I realize that's a bit "unrelated", but with rumors flying about running some possible form of Windows 8, it still worries me a bit if the next Xbox will run properly out of the box, or if I'll be like I am now with Windows 8, waiting for 8.1 to arise and hopefully address my issues/concerns.