My sense of humour? I kind of assume Sony's "run by engineers" and Microsoft's "run by talentless cunts" history is widely known.|
Here's something completely different, posted elsewhere:
(Microsoft should just make it you put the disc in drive to authorize, not be online.)
[Quote]Ah but when you can share you games with you 'xbox family' which would be xboxes thousands of miles apart how are you going to get them the disk for authorisation ? Does anyone else think this part of the policy makes the least sense of all?
Let's say I can get ten friends and share games with them this way. So we buy one copy of Bioshock Infinite and just take turns with it. If that's REALLY how it can work, then it is a disaster for publishers and they will shun the Xbone.
For multiplayer games, being able to share it with ten other people is almost pointless for the consumer, because I don't imagine you can all play with each other over different boxes. If you CAN buy one copy of CoD among ten people, then it is a disaster for publishers and then will shun the Xbone.