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  1. In a Podcast episode, the head of Microsoft Phil Spencer commented on the idea of bringing back the original proposed Family Sharing Plan and said that it may happen in the future, but it will be a long and bumpy road with the DRM attachment. Let's take a trip back to June 2013, on the dawn of E3 2013, Microsoft Studios is under heavy fire for their new DRM system, and especially their fee on used games, taking the war publishers have had on used games to new heights. One thing however that was done right was the idea of a Family Sharing program on Xbox One, talked about in the GamertagRadio.com podcast with Phil Spencer, the new head of Microsoft.You see, when the outstanding policies were revamped, the Family Sharing plan went with them, never to see the light of day again, at least, that's what we thought. In the podcast Phil explained how he had loved the idea of a Family Sharing program, and how it is on their agenda for a new, game-based Xbox. He specifically stated, "We looked at the digital features that we had talked about last year and as a gamer, there were a lot of those features that I think really resonated . . . As I look at our monthly update roadmap, those kind of features are in our roadmap. There is a little bit of a challenge now that you've got DRM on a disc." So the idea isn't totally out of the question, in fact, he pretty much states the idea is on the center of their plan, just that it would be difficult to do thanks to DRM already implemented. Do you like the idea of a Family Sharing plan on the Xbox One, and would it be enough to sell you on one? Let me know below, thanks for reading my friends! This post has been promoted to an article
  2. In a Podcast episode, the head of Microsoft Phil Spencer commented on the idea of bringing back the original proposed Family Sharing Plan and said that it may happen in the future, but it will be a long and bumpy road with the DRM attachment. Let's take a trip back to June 2013, on the dawn of E3 2013, Microsoft Studios is under heavy fire for their new DRM system, and especially their fee on used games, taking the war publishers have had on used games to new heights. One thing however that was done right was the idea of a Family Sharing program on Xbox One, talked about in the GamertagRadio.com podcast with Phil Spencer, the new head of Microsoft.You see, when the outstanding policies were revamped, the Family Sharing plan went with them, never to see the light of day again, at least, that's what we thought. In the podcast Phil explained how he had loved the idea of a Family Sharing program, and how it is on their agenda for a new, game-based Xbox. He specifically stated, "We looked at the digital features that we had talked about last year and as a gamer, there were a lot of those features that I think really resonated . . . As I look at our monthly update roadmap, those kind of features are in our roadmap. There is a little bit of a challenge now that you've got DRM on a disc." So the idea isn't totally out of the question, in fact, he pretty much states the idea is on the center of their plan, just that it would be difficult to do thanks to DRM already implemented. View attachment: edwardkenwaythinksphilisawesome1.jpg Do you like the idea of a Family Sharing plan on the Xbox One, and would it be enough to sell you on one? Let me know below, thanks for reading my friends!
  3. Mark your calendars for June 10-12th as a possible Halo for Xbox One (or Halo 5) could come at this years E3 event! In a recent article from GameRevolution, Microsoft's Phil Spencer teases us with a possible announcement for Halo 5's release date. Take a look at the article and share your thoughts. Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will be held on June 10-12th this year (2014) and just from what Phil Spencer has teased, it could possibly lead to a huge event for Microsoft and Xbox One. This is not official, however it does lead you to believe that you will get a release date for Halo 5 at E3. Could this possibly mean we also get a new trailer? What do you guys think? I find it fascinating that Microsoft is already teasing about things for E3. So those of you who are waiting for the release date for Halo 5, June 10-12th could very well be your answer! Source: GameRevolution.com
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