I suppose I just wish MS would stop drip feeding information and just lay all their cards on the table.
"Look this is the Xbox One, this is what it can do, these are the policies we're implementing, these are the launch games, here's a list of games coming in the first 6 months and these are the reasons why you have to have one on launch day!".
Is that asking too much?
I agree entirely. As I quoted before my girlfriend summed it up perfectly for me the other night "Just grow a pair MS. It's not our jobs to tell you what to make because we don't know the options, it's your job to sell us what you can produce."
They seemed to have focused on nothing but negatives for the first few months, and let themselves get torn apart by internet backlash mostly fuelled by rumors and speculation from annonymous blogs rather than anything concrete, when their E3 should have been two hours of "This is great, this is why it's great, this is how it'll change the way games work and if you don't like it Sony are up next but plenty of others will like it."
Confirmation Bias is a bad thing, I've read a book that agreed with me about that