Did Microsoft make to right call in reversing used game policies for the XBox One?
stylor 24 weeks ago
It looks like all the negative blog posts, articles and jokes on late night TV convinced MS to alter plans for the XBox One so that it won’t include the used game restrictions that had many people up in arms. I also wonder if much of the problem for MS was that many people are simply resistant to change, and perhaps once the new system had been in place, it would have not been accepted. After all, quite a few game developers have gone under in the past few years, and perhaps they would have benefited from the now defunct policy.
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