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Major Nelson on Xbox One: 'Things will get better'

Xbox One Screenshot - Xbox One Day One Edition unboxing by Major Nelson

The Xbox One's launch, for the most part, has been fairly stable. Save for a few hiccups and hardware glitches, there's not much to complain about... or is there?

As we mentioned last month, a group of fans put together a website called Xbox Feedback which is basically a running list of complaints about the Xbox One system. The list is compiled based on consumer feedback from across the web and makes suggestions for future tweaks to the console including a controller battery indicator, less strict voice recognition, the ability to see remaining hard drive space, and much more.

At the time, Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb said that he was sharing the suggestions "with the right people," but that was about all we heard from Microsoft.

Last night, though, Hryb popped up again on Reddit and responded to a user angered over the inability to chat with friends in a party while playing a different game.

"I had a meeting today about much of this and I can say that things will get better," Hryb promised.

"I can't offer a timeline of a list of what till be addressed first, but we are aware of the issue and things will get better."

The good thing is that many of these issues can -- and hopefully will -- be addressed with future system updates. Same goes for the PS4; there's still plenty users would love to see implemented with the PlayStation 4 -- like the ability to play MP3s -- but all we can do is wait.

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