This does not mean what you think it means. :p
But, yeah. I'm annoyed. It isn't right but somehow it's accepted.
I chat with you on a daily basis on there and, at home, work, in the staffroom... many other places.
Back to the topic at hand, SORT IT OUT MS!
Le EDIT: Why does that picture keep disappearing...
What design do you need to allow people to sell physical items in the real world? The only possible thing this can mean is that yes, there are activation codes (they'll be fun to type in on a gamepad) and there will be fees for second-hand games despite any attempts to keep that information secret at the moment.Quote:
Originally Posted by http://venturebeat.com/2013/05/21/microsoft-rep-we-are-designing-xbox-one-to-enable-used-games/
So no, you can't lend a game to a friend anymore. You can go round and play it with them, but you can't leave the disc behind for them to play whilst you go home and play other games.Quote:
Originally Posted by http://kotaku.com/you-will-be-able-to-trade-xbox-one-games-online-micros-509140825
I think @X-13 is right - they've gone full retard. They think people are so slavishly in love with Xbox they will put up with any and all BS that MS decide to foist on them, like Corporate Stockholm Syndrome. "Pride comes before a fall" comes to mind.