im sure they arent anticipating that anyone stores them in a closed entertainment center cupboard either which is prone to overheating. im sure they will have just as many temp issues with this one than they did with the last.
so if gamestop the reseller wants to make a profit and now has to pay a £35 fee that goes into the costs... so if the game new sells for £55 and he has to pay out £35 in fees that leaves a mere £20 for which he still has to pay employees and rents to keep the shop open and has to actually BUY THE GAME FROM SOMEONE with... meaning now how much is your used game worth when you take it in to sell if he still needs to make a profit?
pure and utter garbage. it is nothing more than an underhanded way to disincentivize the used market altogether if people accept it here what industry is next? the automotive world so when you want to buy a used car it will cost you only marginally less than a brand new one? the more that comes out of microsoft these days pushes me further from ever considering any microsoft product in the future. this is one generation of consoles that i will defiinitely be waiting to see.
No to 24 hour check in DRM No to Kinect spy ware limiting viewers in my home without additional fees No to first hand profit from second hand games No to Cloud computing and no offline ability No to kinect required interactive gaming (yet still no mouse or keyboard option) No to additional fees everywhere on top of the $60 XB Live subscription No to game spoiling constant interupting background os apps No to achievements for watching tv No to the orwellian data mining and collecting of evrything the user does No to the single use , game-lending-and-borrowing-preventing DRM And finally NO to the XBOX ONE
commented on Is the Xbox One really going to be THAT bad? Come on! in reply to scottz
scottz said:NO TOO EXTRA FEE FOR USED GAMES !!! NO TOO FEE'S FOR LENDING GAMES !! NO TOO ALWAYS ON ONLINE CREEPY HAL9000, Kinect 2.0 IN MY HOME WATCHING ME IN...it means he worried that microsofts patent on drm as it applies to viewing movies which limits how many viewers the mandatory kinect sensor will allow before forcing you to upgrade the licence and fee to watch.