Dee Grande said:
why would anybody support Microsoft's DRM? Aside from MS fooling you into thinking it's necessary to give you family sharing?
What benefit do you get from having to check in every 24 hours?
What benefit do you get from only being able to sell your games at "participating retailers"?
What benefit do you get from needing somebody on your friends list for 30 days before you can give them a disc (which you can't get back)?
All of this is so the games go on sale quicker. You think Microsoft r*pes consumers more than Gamestop? Gamestops been raping gamers since the Super Nintendo when that sh*t was called Electronics Boutique. Still in business after all these years of shafting gamers. Yall wanna get rid of the DRM policies so you can keep trading in your games at Gamestop??
By the time you see ppl on Craigslist selling USED games for $40, Steam has it for $40 brand new.
Damn Sony fan boys are some paranoid fear mongers for real.
Technologys advancing and Microsoft is pushing for a digital age where gamers can do more with their games with less hassle and Sony fanboys go into a paranoid fit
I see Steam sales and wonder "damn why cant it be like that for Xbox?" but of course, all the paranoid people come out of the woodwork and ruin it with their distorted perspectives and logic.. Kind of like trying to save a wild animal from drowning but it wont let you cause it doesnt know any better.
Its like seeing an old person watch 480p TV shows on a 1080p TV. You go up and say "hey let me adjust the quality of the show so you can see it in better quality" and the old person goes into a senile fit cause they dont know youre trying to help them.
The 24 hour check thing was the only thing MS shouldve changed, other than that, everything was great.
Sony fanboys said ppl who were buying an Xbox One before they changed their policies were brainwashed yet, its Sony fanboys who hear something another pro-Sony person says and spreads it like the flu without even dissecting the comment or really thinking about weighing the pros and cons.
Technology: Get with it or gtfo the way