The U is great. ):<
All consoles ship with the new Kinect. The only reason for this is 'cause NextBox has a shitton of voice and motion controls for transitioning through menus or doin' shit like the Wii U, i.e. TV/entertainment system-related stuff. That'l jack up the price considerably... and if you're an unfortunate soul who already owns a Kinect, ya get a new one anyways.
No backwards compatibility. Literally none. I can't sell my Elite 'n shitty Hard Drive to obtain a few funds towards it (not that I'd ever want this piece'a shit).
All games require installation t' be played. Considerin' you only get 500 gigs with the system, you're either gonna have t' buy the premium version or another hard drive (which will likely need t' be XboxOne-only or some shit like that). Considerin' next-gen games are gonna be even larger than current-gen ones, 500 gigs simply is not enough for any dedicated gamer, even if they have zero music 'n other such media on their hard drive.
There's plenty'a other bullshit I don't have in mind right now, I'm sure. I've done little research 'sides to confirm all'a these terribad design choices.
That's the problem I have with Microsoft. Sadly to say, there are foolish consumers out there in the US that Micro can actually, well, fool them.
If this problem continues, likely every consumer out there, I hope to say they should get out of the gaming competition. They are multimedia than gaming media.....
Actually, I really do hope they go out=D Then they won't own Rare anymore............Hopefully Nintendo call dibs.
See what I mean?
They have a nice list of things they hate about One
I know they're stupid, but I don't see Microsoft doing the Netbox thing. Don't really believe the points are all that accurate. Although it is possible that's what they meant when they were dodging the "always online" shtick from back then.
I love the universe right now.On a serious note, this article's headline will be vastly inaccurate eight hours from its publishing date. Prior to putting the headline down, the Wii U's sales had blasted up by 875% on Amazon UK, moving it from the 390th position to the 40th position since the abysmal reveal of the Xbox One on Tuesday. As mentioned, eight hours from now the Wii U might see yet another huge sales blast given the free marketing from Microsoft.