Xbox One: What Twitter is Saying
Yesterday’s announcement by Microsoft regarding Xbox One sent shockwaves throughout the gaming world. Websites ran article after article talking about the next great system from Seattle. But what did gamers think about it all?
Here are just a few of the tweets being posted by gamers on Twitter regarding the new Xbox system. Some are good, some are bad. What does seem to be consistent is how much of an impact the announcement made in regards to next-gen gaming.
MS said cloud can be used to enhance computation in games. Also “not focusing on graphical power”. Maybe to force online only? #XboxOne
— Calm&Collected (@splatternick) May 22, 2013
— mick connolly (@diddly3000) May 22, 2013
The #XboxOne has to be the worst damn name i’ve ever heard. I would have to try pretty hard to make a name that’s worse…
— She Went To Jared® (@Omnomnomosaurr) May 22, 2013
The most useful feature on the #XboxOne is that you can tell it to go to Internet explorer, open eBay and sell itself.
— Pedro Ximenez (@DroToTheX) May 22, 2013
#xboxone had you not incorporated game-locks, constant internet, & kinect required: I would have bought your product. Bad move. Dissapointed
— Drogus Stillwater (@CptStillwater) May 22, 2013
#XBoxOne finally, a device that allows me to watch TV on my TV.
— PerfectPatrick (@PerfectPatrick7) May 22, 2013
— Nathan Young (@GuyNamedNathan) May 22, 2013
— Speedy (@SpeedyBlueDude) May 22, 2013
— Jordan Dane Huffman (@Jordan84NC) May 22, 2013
I really love how the #XboxOne controller blends aspects of the 1st 3 Xbox controllers into it’s design. Lots of love & thought went into it
— Jeremy Gardner (@JeremyWanKenobi) May 22, 2013
Oh wait – no backward compatibility on #xboxone? I’ll have to pass then.
— Nemo Omen (@eris404) May 22, 2013
Knowing that #XboxOne will have more features then JUST gaming makes me happy.
— Richie Driscoll (@Chillin24Seven) May 22, 2013
— Steven Carroll (@CovertSandwich) May 22, 2013
As you can see it’s quite a mixed bag in regards to the new Xbox One. What do you think about Microsoft’s new system? Will you purchase it?