The gates are open!
The stars my destination.
XBox-One wrote:@ILoveThrashMetal They could also be in Smart TV, Smart Bluray Set top Box's ETC maybe time to go and live with the Amish.
Darksjeik wrote:I've never felt so passionate about NOT liking a piece of hardware in my life. There really is no way this spy kit is ever entering my home. It's never ever happening.
smelly wrote:Ive paid 100s for the machine, i've paid 1000s on the games, i pay the monthly online tax... And yet they STILL want to force adverts in my face?FUCK OFF!
Deionarra wrote:Xbone Fatality!
carlitoswagon wrote:Looking like the green-shoots of what Kinect might be able to deliver.Fast forward 2-3 years and there could be interesting times with more devs thinking of better ways to implement even subtle movements into games. I like the sound of it. Guaranteed if MS weren't behind the tech there would be more support on the forums.These days its a case of juming on the bandwagon and complain.
DozyKipper wrote:D4 could be the unlikely game that wins a previously wary core crowd over to Kinect.As long as I am in control of my own mind and body, Kinect will not be entering this house. Xbone without Kinect? Perhaps.
D4 could be the unlikely game that wins a previously wary core crowd over to Kinect.
tidy-spidey wrote:oh no. how ever will the 10 people that buy a day one XB One cope. :|
Spuzzell wrote:@x00000Calm down, you'll get froth on your keyboard.Medicine is an enormous and wasteful industry in America, which is why I was incredibly careful to limit the areas the NHS needs to follow the American model strictly to hospitals.The insane amounts spent in America on unneeded prescriptions, elective cosmetic surgery and obesity related illnesses, plus treating the 100,000 people shot each year aren't relevant to us.What is relevant is hospitals competing amongst themselves for patients, because that means the have to offer better services, and that means better healthcare.I have private health insurance because when I have to have medical treatment I want it done well and fast and in a nice room with no vomit smell or bloodstains.I shouldn't have to pay extra for basics like that. The NHS should be held to the same standard as every other medical provider in the world.Just because its free (sort of) doesn't mean it should be shit.The only way to break the "that'll do, its only NHS" attitude prevalent across the whole service is to run it like a business, where good performance is the minimum required, and exceptional performance is rewarded.
captain_Carl wrote:@ILoveThrashMetal 6 months? Those were both launch games - by the time they're free on Plus they'll have been out for one year.Their tactic at the minute seems to be to give stuff away on Plus and try and tempt people into buying the hardware, then catch then with software sales later.
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