Source: Games Industry International
quote: So to that point, when buying a product today would you rather buy from a company that sucked in the past and is doing better now, or buy from a company that was better in the past and sucks now?
quote: How about one that that clearly listened to their customers' feedback and implemented changes to make them happy?
quote: Frankly I find it refreshing that a company the size of MS has responded the way they did. Seriously name any other large corporation that made anywhere near the changes MS has this close to launch. I still don't like everything about the XONE, but at least the company behind it seems to be listening.
quote: My problem with comments like yours is that presumably you are choosing Sony instead.
quote: Don't be the fool and think Microsoft is being some benevolent giant, bending down to lend it's ear. Sony forced their hand. Microsoft doesn't care about what you think, only their bottom line.
quote: I have no doubt in my mind that Sony had similar ideas lined up and took them back due to the Xbox One reveal's feedback from customers
quote: If I recall the same person was fired a day or two later.
quote: You are just using pure speculation to backup unfounded argument.
quote: I get it, they made some bad choices. I get it that even though they backed off some items, those will probably creep back.
quote: no matter how you slice it in 2013 using system RAM for video RAM sucks
quote: In the end the memory bandwidth is still the bottleneck. eSram will help, but not enough for huge high res textures (which is the major weakpoint of PS3 and XB360 today)