Microsoft Conference Comes Under Immediate Criticism
After what might be considered by a great many people as a successful press conference from Microsoft at E3 2013, the ever-unlucky manufacturer came under some close scrutiny from a few
Sony fanboys hardcore gamers for containing what these gamers claimed to be, “too many games.”
When approached for comment… actually they didn’t even need to be approached for comment because they were all over every social network criticising Microsoft for showing far too many games, especially for Xbox One, the console that releases to the world later this year.
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While the actual reason for too many games being a bad thing went unexplained, it was clear that as far as press conferences went, Microsoft failed entirely. Sorry Microsoft, I guess when you promise games and then deliver on those promises, what you really should have been doing was feeding into gamers’ expectations and not delivering any games. Definitely something to note for future. Also, the best kind of reveal is the one where there is no actual reveal of anything physical. Only promises.
So it’s definitely back to the drawing board for the now shamed Microsoft, who dared to entertain us with many, many titles, none of which looked contrived or unimaginative; who presented us with something we can talk about for weeks on end while also letting us know a bit more about the Xbox One; who probably changed a lot of minds about their upcoming console while also rewarding current generation gamers with their new Xbox LIVE Gold features.
Why’d you have to show so many games, Microsoft? Why…