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  1. Recently it was reported that Sony will not be making the PS4 compatible was used games and speculation began if the same thing will happen to the next gen Xbox and it seems that it going that way too and not only that user will be required a constant internet connection to operate the console. So as well as not being able to play used next gen games does this also mean the next gen Xbox won't be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games and will we not be able to play our beloved games like Halo 3, Reach, Halo 4 and many others on the new xbox? Well there is a possibility that the feature that prevents used games to be played will only be aimed at next gen games, or it could be like the 360 only selected games will be playable on the new console or the whole backward compatibility could be wiped out completely. This article is from Examiner With the expected announcement of Sony's next-generation console, the PS4, coming later this month, today we have acquired a few new details regarding Sony's direct competitor, Microsoft's Xbox 720. Through the information that was delivered in an article posted by Edge Online today, it seems that Microsoft's Xbox 720 will require users to have a constant Internet connection to operate the device. Along with the always online function, the Xbox 720 will completely eliminate the used game market. It is stated that Microsoft will still make physical copies of software available with the use of 50 GB capacity Blu-ray discs. These discs will be supplied with a one-time activation code and will be useless after this code has been used. Since Microsoft is targeting the online delivery model, it is stated that the Xbox 720 will have a sizable hard drive shipped with the system. Continuing to drive for the use of motion control, the Xbox 720 will be shipped with a new Kinect device bundled with the system. It is stated that this device will be much more responsive than the original Kinect.
  2. Recently it was reported that Sony will not be making the PS4 compatible with used games and speculation began if the same thing will happen to the next gen Xbox and it seems that it going that way too and not only that, users will be required to have a constant internet connection to operate the console. So as well as not being able to play used next gen games does this also mean the next gen Xbox won't be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games and will we not be able to play our beloved games like Halo 3, Reach, Halo 4 and many others on the new xbox? Well there is a possibility that the feature that prevents used games to be played will only be aimed at next gen games, or it could be like the 360 only selected games will be playable on the new console or the whole backward compatibility could be wiped out completely. This article is from Examiner With the expected announcement of Sony's next-generation console, the PS4, coming later this month, today we have acquired a few new details regarding Sony's direct competitor, Microsoft's Xbox 720. Through the information that was delivered in an article posted by Edge Online today, it seems that Microsoft's Xbox 720 will require users to have a constant Internet connection to operate the device. Along with the always online function, the Xbox 720 will completely eliminate the used game market. It is stated that Microsoft will still make physical copies of software available with the use of 50 GB capacity Blu-ray discs. These discs will be supplied with a one-time activation code and will be useless after this code has been used. Since Microsoft is targeting the online delivery model, it is stated that the Xbox 720 will have a sizable hard drive shipped with the system. Continuing to drive for the use of motion control, the Xbox 720 will be shipped with a new Kinect device bundled with the system. It is stated that this device will be much more responsive than the original Kinect. This post has been promoted to an article
  3. Gamestop CEO: Next Generation of consoles will not block used games For the full article, click here: http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/xbox-720-playstation-4-wont-block-used-games-says-gamestop/ So, basically, the CEO of Gamestop is convinced that Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo will not block used games on the new consoles that will be coming out. Why? Because it would hurt Gamestop, and Gamestop is one of the largest (if not the largest) game retailer in the world. Basically, if Gamestop gets hurt, then all three companies will have to find other ways to sell their games, and will potentially lose money. Gamestop makes Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo more money than any other third party retailer on the planet. They hype up, pre-order, and advertise for games and consoles for cheaper than a TV ad. As a result, the console companies get HUGE profits from every release that Gamestop advertises. To use a metaphor, Gamestop and the console companies are the Yin and Yang of the game development world. If the Yang (console companies) damaged the Yin, then the Yin would lose it's capabilities to assist the Yang and the Yang would end up hurt because it would have to try to fend for itself.
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