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Zach Stewart said:
I am curious as to why you people are even being featured in this type of article/feedback when clearly you cannot move past preconceived notions...
I suppose i was still too insulted by the negativity towards the One. However, I dont see how getting a very optimistic $60 towards a $400-500 product matters quite as much. But, perhaps promos or collectors could raise that price or it could help fund one of the new games yet to be shown off at E3, also i as well disliked the sports emphasis. And as an emulator would be nice, it would be factored into the cost somewhere because the industry is all about money, mostly. I am also glad that other than the backwards compatability, someone else agrees that the new Xbox could be a good thing.
Default-user Zach Stewart
I am curious as to why you people are even being featured in this type of article/feedback when clearly you cannot move past preconceived notions or petty ideals. The Xbox One will not be featuring native backwards compatibility due to the incompatibility of the new x86 processor software with the physical structure of the old processor, costs will rise for R&D, and space restraints would be tested if not exceeded. Honestly I will not sell my old xbox 360 simply because i wont make any usable amount of money and it will be a nice memory someday. I can understand the preference of only using on hdmi input for your gaming, but honestly if you have that few of ports on your tv perhaps re-evaluate your tv. As for games, as one of the people above mentioned E3 is around the corner and it is simply loudacris to believe that a lot of games would want to share before then. Also the reveal, I believe, stated that there are 15 exclusive titles slated for the console not counting non-exclusive titles. And for the PC lovers, yes this new machine pales in comparison of power when put against the higher end of PC's. However, part of that is due to the ongoing development of multicore processing, meaning the utilization of more than 3 or 4 cores as well as the fact that PC's are constantly evolving on a hardware level whereas consoles are on a more software based level. But those of you who entertained the thought of a PC killer simply shame and disgust me with such blasphemy. I clearly think that the new Xbox One will be great, and that with better porting all gamers will benefit.
Default-user Zach Stewart
I am curious as to why you people are even being featured in this type of article/feedback when clearly you cannot move past preconceived notions or petty ideals. The Xbox One will not be featuring native backwards compatibility due to the incompatibility of the new x86 processor software with the physical structure of the old processor, costs will rise for R&D, and space restraints would be tested if not exceeded. Honestly I will not sell my old xbox 360 simply because i wont make any usable amount of money and it will be a nice memory someday. I can understand the preference of only using on hdmi input for your gaming, but honestly if you have that few of ports on your tv perhaps re-evaluate your tv. As for games, as one of the people above mentioned E3 is around the corner and it is simply loudacris to believe that a lot of games would want to share before then. Also the reveal, I believe, stated that there are 15 exclusive titles slated for the console not counting non-exclusive titles. And for the PC lovers, yes this new machine pales in comparison of power when put against the higher end of PC's. However, part of that is due to the ongoing development of multicore processing, meaning the utilization of more than 3 or 4 cores as well as the fact that PC's are constantly evolving on a hardware level whereas consoles are on a more software based level. But those of you who entertained the thought of a PC killer simply shame and disgust me with such blasphemy. I clearly think that the new Xbox One will be great, and that with better porting all gamers will benefit.
Default-user Zach Stewart
I am curious as to why you people are even being featured in this type of article/feedback when clearly you cannot move past preconceived notions or petty ideals. The Xbox One will not be featuring native backwards compatibility due to the incompatibility of the new x86 processor software with the physical structure of the old processor, costs will rise for R&D, and space restraints would be tested if not exceeded. Honestly I will not sell my old xbox 360 simply because i wont make any usable amount of money and it will be a nice memory someday. I can understand the preference of only using on hdmi input for your gaming, but honestly if you have that few of ports on your tv perhaps re-evaluate your tv. As for games, as one of the people above mentioned E3 is around the corner and it is simply loudacris to believe that a lot of games would want to share before then. Also the reveal, I believe, stated that there are 15 exclusive titles slated for the console not counting non-exclusive titles. And for the PC lovers, yes this new machine pales in comparison of power when put against the higher end of PC's. However, part of that is due to the ongoing development of multicore processing, meaning the utilization of more than 3 or 4 cores as well as the fact that PC's are constantly evolving on a hardware level whereas consoles are on a more software based level. But those of you who entertained the thought of a PC killer simply shame and disgust me with such blasphemy. I clearly think that the new Xbox One will be great, and that with better porting all gamers will benefit.
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