Blah blah draconian DRM, blah blah complete U-turn, blah blah still don’t fucking buy one, blah blah Dead Rising 3 will still be shit.
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That’s according to Don Mattrick who in another recent interview with Bloomberg TV defends the Xbox One’s price point of $499 in the US and £429 in the UK, claiming that it’s “good value for money”.
“It’s a lower number than some of the analysts had forecasted,” Mattrick said.
“We’re over-delivering value against other choices I think consumers can get. Any modern product these days you look at it [and] $499 isn’t a ridiculous price point.
We’re delivering thousands of dollars of value to people, so I think they’re going to love it when they use it. We’re really making the living room your centre of fun for your family.”
Microsoft just keep on giving…
It’s been a while since I’ve sat down and played a video game from beginning to end, but in the case of 4A Games’ Metro: Last Light I’m rather glad I did.
“In a broader set of community, people don’t pay attention to a lot of the details.”
- Xbox Executive in a recent interview with CVG
Pretty arrogant no question, but here’s the rub – he’s absolutely right.
We know it’s bad for people who have slow or no internet connections. We know it’s bad news for the used market. But there are still people out there that do not understand the ramifications of Microsoft’s decision.
I would like to explain to you exactly WHY Microsoft’s DRM model is a hideous mistake, even if you have a great Internet connection, and buy all your games new.