Chloe Camp wrote:This is yet another reason Microsoft are pushing more and more people towards the ps4 I have been with Microsoft consoles since the original console was made loved the Xbox 360 but this new so called Xbox one is a shocking console far to big we don't want kinect for a start and we don't wanna be spied on by unknown people and company's and what's the point in all this TV rubbish if you still need a set top box connected to the console its pointless it would be good if the Xbox replaced the set top box but as it don't its a pointless thing to include Microsoft don't give gamers what we want all we want is a fair priced gaming console with a headset included nothing more take off the kinect rubbish and lower the price to £300 then maybe you might win this gen otherwise Sony will be top dog this gen I'm giving Microsoft 1 month otherwise I'm pretty ordering a PlayStation 4 at least they give us a headset and care about us gamers unlike Microsoft who are more interested in there cash and TV rubbish sort it out Microsoft or goodbye Indead !.
I'm not sure who this 'we' is that you're referring to, because you certainly don't speak for me. The features of the new Kinect are actually quite appealing, as is the TV stuff. As for being 'spied on', it is no more the case with Xbox One than it is with Facebook, Twitter, Google or frankly 90% of websites. Microsoft can charge a lot more for targeted ads and so in theory could actually show less ads in total. If you genuinely believe that Sony 'care' about gamers, then in my opinion you are sadly misguided. Companies care about money, in order to do so they might create the illusion that they care about gamers, but they only do so with the ultimate goal of making money. The one thing I think I do agree with you on, is that it is a mistake not to include a headset with the console, something that 'caring' Sony did with the PS3.