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Xbox One’s Game Pass Is Good For Gamers, But Can We Forgive These Microsoft Mistakes?

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Xbox One’s Game Pass Is Good For Gamers, But Can We Forgive These Microsoft Mistakes?

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Xbox One Launch

The Xbox One wasn’t well received by the gaming community when it first debuted back in 2013. Bad press, angry consumers, and a public relations nightmare resulted from unclear messaging, a major push for non-gaming applications, and an incredibly high price of $500. To make matters worse, every console would require a persistent internet connection and Kinect, not to mention the fact that it wouldn’t allow users to play any used games. Microsoft has since removed all these borderline anti-consumer requirements from the console, but there’s no mistaking that the Xbox One is behind close competitor PS4 in sales as a result of the machine’s launch mishaps.

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David is an Italian/Latino New York City-based writer whose passions include music, anime, cosplay, movies, bike riding, video games, and just being an all-around nerd. He's always out and about, going to anime and gaming conventions alike across America and posting all of his shenanigans on social media for the world to see. If you bump into him, wherever he may be, don't be shy to say hello!

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