Discussion in ' Xbox Lobby ' started by SkunkyxixJul 4, The Amazing Spider-Man 27 Review. Fortnite: How to Complete the B.
I play with a normal xbox controller, tanks AB and only crossplay. I would say you suck. Not an insult, just a fact.
No price matching for physical game sales, can't go in the bargain bin and download for the same price. Also if you live in some remote places that are not in the East and West coast expect a full game download to take a a good chunk of your day. I like the idea of the console itself, but digital games are a rip off on console.
As the mobile guy, I've been pretty insulated from modern consoles. The Xbox One started out without many family-friendly games, but I've noticed some more have been cropping up recently. With all of the Xbox's home entertainment features, it could make a cool family entertainment console.
Those two bit consoles went at each other's throats for years in an era we've come to know as the Golden Age. Both the SNES and Genesis had tons of great exclusives and you couldn't go anywhere without catching a glimpse of Mario or Sonic the Hedgehog, arguably gaming's two greatest mascots. In the end, there was a clear winner: Nintendo stomped out Sega over the years and now only one of these companies still makes consoles although the Sega Dreamcast was woefully misunderstood if you ask us.
The load time, constant updates, error messages that are not on-line so you have no idea what they are or how to fix them. The only help if you could call it that from the company is "oh just send it back". An hour to download!!!??? Then when it does download error messages keep popping up, game won't load ,uninstall re-install 2 or 3 times before it finally decides to work.
Over five years after the Microsoft Store launched in Windows 8, it's finally adding a feature that Steam has offered since the Windows 7 era: the ability to gift digital games. Microsoft enabled digital game gifting for select Xbox One titles last fall. Those recipients will receive a system message with a button that redeems the gift.