I'd also love t' see that, as they'l be forced t' stop at Xbox Two.
Haha, if they are smart (gosh, I hope so) I don't think they will do consoles anytime soon.
Did anyone here in the 80s or 90s thought Sega would go down? No. But did they? Sadly yes. And guess what? They are working with Nintendo for WiiU to boost up sales and bring back the Blue Hedgehog to its rightful place to compete friendly match with the mustachioed plumber. Will anyone in the random public think the gaming of Microsoft will end? No. Does it look like it will? Most likely.
This is what I'm doing my homework on. Just thought it would interest you guys.
It was a good read. Some parts intrigued me more than others.
"The Xbox One really looks to advance the state of video game technology and entertainment in a way that we haven't seen before," said Brian Blau, a director of Gartner Research.
"The Xbox One is a real advancement, one that will transform the way we experience TV, games, music, movies and more. From what we can see so far Microsoft has met and far exceeded expectations for the Xbox One. This is Microsoft branching out into the living room to reach more of a family audience rather than a core gaming audience."Microsoft executive Yusuf Mehdi wowed the audience by calling out commands and using minimal hand gestures to manipulate content on the Xbox One. He said "a new set of universal gestures to control your TV" would banish the fumbling confusion many feel with existing remotes.TechCruch called it a "massive, massive upgrade" from the original model.
They said too little about the games and focused more on the system itself. After all, this is a gaming console.But Microsoft gave little detail on games, apart from glimpses of EA's Fifa and Madden stalwarts, some shiny cars in Forza Motorsport 5 and a confusing glance at Quantum Break, a futuristic action adventure that appears to mix televisual sequences with gameplay.