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Microsoft has stirred up some controversy at E3 and not the kind that they should have. Microsof’ts Don Mattrick said that “”Fortunately we have a product for people who aren’t able to get some form of connectivity; it’s called Xbox 360,” said Mattrick.” This was not a smart move for the company and has stirred a lot of emotions to gamers every where.
What To Do?
Microsoft is like Google, because they are both trying to push innovation. Google does it with a better approach while Microsoft is a little blunt, and they don’t realize that their actions will have consequences. Now we have few options here, because if you lack internet Microsoft has basically said screw you. Now they might have Aided Google. Now this a little strange but lets think about it. Who is starting a new internet service that offers internet at no cost (except for initial setup). That company is Google, now if they expand farther, then Microsoft has directly assisted Google. The real question is do they realize it or does Microsoft simply not care? That I can’t say for sure let’s here your thoughts on that.
Is It Worth It ?
I have always preferred Xbox to PlayStation, and that has not changed. The console is still very powerful while I do have a few discrepancies against it that does not mean that I wouldn’t consider using it. The issue would be if my internet cuts out I have a $500 brick. Microsoft while thinking that they are smarter than everyone, might not be that smart. Now while games will be faster on the Xbox one because we installed them. We also have the space issue. What do we do if we run out of space? Uninstall the game and then reinstall it when ever I need to. These next generation games might take up we will say at least 8gb of space. Now while the average person won’t run out of space, let’s just say you are a Xbox addict. At that rate you could have 62.5 games on your Xbox. Now most of us will never use that much space, but in case you think you can be my guest.
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