There’s been a lot of chatter on forums and through Twitter recently of a rumoured feature for the next-gen Xbox which could seriously damage it’s competitive edge against Sony and the PS4.
Up till now there’s been nothing more than conjecture but the overall feeling was that this feature could be a make-or-break deal for consumers. Now it seems there’s a little more light on the subject thanks to an article over at Games Radar, which contains details that the next Xbox may have to remain online at all times when in use, a claim which has been deemed as ‘entirely legitimate’.
This revelation coupled with recent leaks about the new console being unable to play previously owned or rented titles due to activation codes does not bode well for Xbox owners and fans. If you’d like to know more about this story then chart a course for HERE.
Everyone here aboard HMS Friday has so far refused to relinquish to the temptation of using so-called move technology for gaming. Whether it’s the Nintendo Wii, Playstation Move or Xbox Kinect we all feel that it’s a little…well a little shit. Now with Microsoft and Sony in direct competition with Nintendo, (ie, now that they’ve shamelessly stolen Nintendo’s original idea to capitalise on a market they initially poured scorn upon), there has been a steady rise in the number of motion detection related injuries. You know years ago when people jumped up and down in their front rooms, waving their arms about and pulling weird contorted positions it was called a party. Here’s three of our favourite videos demonstrating just how f**king stupid you will look when using these devices and how we really all are rapidly hurtling towards a future filled with obesity, social exclusion and general idiocy.
N.B. Watch the man who clearly hasn’t done anything remotely athletic for a long time announce that he is going to pull off some ‘neat tricks’ for you and yet still have no clue as to the dangers of such a proposition.