Eschew wrote:Remove the kinect and this console could be sold for £300. Once again idiots at Microsoft forcing rubbish upon us. What happens when the kinect breaks (trust me it will) and you are stuck with a console you can not use. I shall keep with the smart bunch of xbox fans and refuse to buy the xbox one until the kinect is removed. If need be i'll go over to pc gaming.
You might be in for a long wait there.
I myself may not be sold on the kinect but I don't see why it needed to be brought up here, there are already a couple of threads in which this has been brought up and debated. As for the kinect breaking issue, I'm sure that while it is in warranty you can get a replacement unit from Microsoft and after that you can probably get a replacement kinect for some kind of fee from MS.
Also no need to limit yourself to PC gaming, you can also pick up a Wii U or PS4, maybe get a handheld like the 3DS or Vita.
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