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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#55 - ipostfunny
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(06/11/2013) [-]
Am I the only one who always has internet connection and never lends/sells old games?
Not saying Xbox One was right in putting those restrictions, just curious
#659 to #55 - anon id: 84d6c4eb
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(06/12/2013) [-]
no, im getting a one first then probably a ps4 when i get a job lol
#656 to #55 - historydudeguy
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(06/12/2013) [-]
I live in Mississippi, unless you live in a city or large town the only internet you can get is satellite, so yes it does sometimes go out for days. normally you play your video game so it comes back on. Not anymore.
User avatar #639 to #55 - XAssassin
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(06/12/2013) [-]
I can relate
User avatar #516 to #55 - rockamekishiko
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I'm always online, and almost never borrow games. But I do rent PS3 games all the damn time and that is something that will be impossible with the Xbox One. Even though my internet connection has been steady for years I want my console to be able to play offline. Sometimes i take it to my grandmas house when i go there for the summer and she doesn't have internet.
User avatar #509 to #55 - ImStillAnAnon
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(06/11/2013) [-]
Not everyone is wealthy or financially stable as you.

Take me for example, i couldnt get a ******* gamecube when it first came out. Had to wait years until priced dropped and months of saving to finally be able to buy it and get a cheap game until i could afford another.

I didnt have internet back then. I know many people who do not have internet,
"HERP A DERP THEN HOW DO THEY POST ONLINE?!"
its called the ******* library, phone internet, and friends/relatives house.

Which another thing, unless youre a neckbeard isolated social retard, then you would have that one friend who always buys the games when they first come out. Once they beat it you ask to borrow it. If you like it you go and buy it yourself. Now you cant even do that. And by adding so much DRM that means you cannot rent games anymore from gamefly or redbox or any other stores.

I remember i found about about melee through blockbuster. I saved up money with friends and bought that game. Imagine if greedy M$ DRM polocies were active back then? I would of never discovered such amazing game.

I been hating on the ps1 ps2 and ps3 until they revelead the xbox one. Now im switching sides. Only good thing i saw for xbox one was Killer Instinct. But its not enough. Fanboys love been treated like crap by the companies.
#333 to #55 - anon id: 3209334c
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you represent everybody, the people bitching on the internet are retarded, i love it when they say "you need to be connected to the internet to play", well you just wrote that comment on here, so that issue does not apply to you or anyone here for that matter.
#517 to #333 - eros **User deleted account**
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User avatar #466 to #333 - posttwo
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(06/11/2013) [-]
Then you go on holidays somewhere that you cant connect to internet to.
Xbox one = No more gaming for you
PS4 = Do I look like I give a ****
#663 to #466 - dadukesta
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(06/12/2013) [-]
>Vacation
>Play video games
User avatar #687 to #663 - posttwo
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Going to the country side to your grandparents which have no internet access, for X months,because your parents are in a hospital and are unable to take care of you.

Better?
User avatar #441 to #333 - wolvesbrickwall
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I have **** centurylink internet and my internet randomly goes out, and not to mention I live in Missouri, where weather is retarded and power can randomly go out.

I also sometimes lend/sell used games.

This guy represents the minority, not "everybody"
User avatar #665 to #441 - dadukesta
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(06/12/2013) [-]
47 million users access xbox live
11 million solely use the 360 offline
To microsoft you are the minority
#574 to #441 - greatjobjimmy
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I agree with your comment, but just letting you know that if your power goes out you won't be able to play Xbox, PS or PC, not only the Xbox.
User avatar #694 to #574 - dadukesta
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(06/15/2013) [-]
I guess i'll just have to go socialize with my people...
User avatar #584 to #574 - wolvesbrickwall
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(06/12/2013) [-]
I can still play single player at least.
#253 to #55 - romeodark
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(06/11/2013) [-]
just kidding man !, actually im like you but i love to trade some games with my friends o r take borrow some games of them......so you have a thumb up....( im not a xbox person btw)
#204 to #55 - anon id: 040d73ad
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Nope. In addition, I come from a broken family and have to move on a regular basis. Xbox one attaches games to profiles, and allows you to share with up to ten family members (or so they claim), which means I don't have to worry about packing all my electronics and games every two weeks.
#245 to #204 - ipostfunny
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Cool dude, make me cry at work, awesome I was just talking about xbox and you pull this **** on me
#60 to #55 - anon id: bcb53dcd
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(06/11/2013) [-]
I think you represent the sane part of the gaming population,,,, you don't belong here.
User avatar #57 to #55 - IrLalo
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(06/11/2013) [-]
I thought I was the only one.