Because Microsoft fucked themselves with a chain of shitty policy decisions that made people hate them and then they released a less powerful console for a higher (now equal without Kinect) price. If Microsoft's exclusives heavily outweigh having the worst version of multiplatform games (read: 80-90% of games), then sure, buy an Xbone, but claiming that Microsoft has "better" exclusives is a really fucking dumb way to try to convince someone because it's subjective.
I, personally, have a gaming PC, so the only reason for me to buy a console is for the actual exclusives. I could not give any less of a shit about playing another Forza/Halo/Gears/Fable/etc. Sony's exclusives IPs are actually interesting to me. Couple that with Sony not treating consumers like garbage and I'll take the PS4 any day.
You know what? Good on Phil Spencer for at least communicating with people far more directly than Square and Microsoft decided to. I mate hate his weasely face, but this made me like him quite a bit more.
For those of you asking who don't live in the US: if dude lives in the suburbs then there's no way he's walking anywhere for a date, nor is there any type of public transportation near his house. You either need a car or need to be able to get rides from other people who have one.
If the girl has a car, then you shouldn't feel bad about asking her out on a date at all (unless you lack self-confidence, in which case sorry bro). She gave you her number so she's obviously interested at least a little. If neither of you have a car then you probably shouldn't.
So I haven't really been paying that much attention to this thread lately, but is anyone else not really excited at all for Summerslam? Seth/Dean being a lumberjack match just seems like a way for them to stretch it out to another PPV again until it eventually becomes a street fight, I could not give any less of a shit about whatever bait and switch they're going to pull with Steph/Brie, and Cena/Lesnar is either they make the correct decision and Lesnar (or Seth mayyyyybe?) leaves with the title, or Cena somehow retains and I stop watching for another six months.