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Can't they make a fucking decent console. Even OG Xbox when they entered gaming had big games, and tons of awesome niche titles. 

 

 

 

I'd rather have MS make a good console that's worth buying than endlessly bashing the damn thing. Now thru have studios maybe in 3-4 years they'll have a good console. 

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Its getting to the point where Microsoft almost has to give a public explanation of what it going on with their hardware performance, and if there is a change coming, they need to announce it.

 

If the first six months of multiplats all perform worse on Xbox compared to PS5, I think its official: the Xbox Series console launch is genuinely worse than the 2013 Xbox One launch.

 

We're almost getting to that point.

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Even Xbox One started off decent with exclusives like Dark Dreams Dont Die, Dead Rising, Titanfall, Cuphead, Ori, etc.

 

Now those games are all on PC and even some on PS4 and Switch. Having no real exclusives really kills the damn thing.

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11 hours ago, Ramza said:

Even Xbox One started off decent with exclusives like Dark Dreams Dont Die, Dead Rising, Titanfall, Cuphead, Ori, etc.

 

Now those games are all on PC and even some on PS4 and Switch. Having no real exclusives really kills the damn thing.

Weren’t all of the Xbox one titles you mention available on PC, too?

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2 minutes ago, BLACKICE said:

Weren’t all of the Xbox one titles you mention available on PC, too?

Lol I looked it up and youre right, most of those games had day one PC version, except for:

 

Seems like MS gave up real fast on having exclusives, what a dumbass vision. 

 

 

Dead Rising 3

 

Release
  • Xbox One
  • November 22, 2013
  • Microsoft Windows
  • September 5, 2014[3]

 

 

D4

 

Xbox One
  • EU: 18 September 2014
  • WW: 19 September 2014
Microsoft Windows
5 June 2015
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3 minutes ago, Team 2019 said:

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Look at the NEW excuse, they have now.

 

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Both the Xbox Series X and Series S are difficult to find and purchase right now, and that’s a situation that’s likely to last for months yet. “We started manufacturing late summer,” reveals Spencer. “We were a little bit later than the competition, because we were waiting for some specific AMD technology in our chip. We were a little bit behind where they were, where Sony was, in terms of building units. That decision to hold for a full implementation of AMD’s RDNA 2 technologies will likely mean Sony has more units to ship out this holiday season. Microsoft hasn’t revealed what the benefits of having full RDNA 2 support will bring to Xbox Series X over the PS5, or why the company was willing to hold and impact its shipping plans. It’s a decision that could play out in what’s supported in games in the months and years ahead.”

:tom:

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20 minutes ago, Remij said:

You should instead be sick of having to hide your games in the closet because you're ashamed of what your family and friends will think of you :hest:

So you have no intelligent retort and all you have is insults.  

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19 minutes ago, lostfool said:

So you have no intelligent retort and all you have is insults.  

its like he's a lemming fanboy lashing out for making fun of xbox's failures.

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