If you're concerned about people on your friends list messaging her to play games because she's logged into your account, you can just have the account show up as offline when you log in. That way, she can watch her Netflix/Hulu in peace and you can just change your status to online when you're playing games.
Some marketing would have helped Shadows of the Dammed.
Prior to watching the Quick Look here which made me think I might actually want to play it at some point, the only marketing I saw for this game was the "big johnson" trailer which made the game look incredibly awful.
Unless they're backtracking from having Windows 8 run on relatively low-end machines like Windows 7 does, this will never happen. The 360 isn't cutting edge hardware anymore by any stretch but there are some low-end PCs out there that make the 360 look like a supercomputer in comparison.
Seeing "Unsaved progress will be lost" after I just watched a long, unskippable cutscene or fought through a grueling level but need to end my gaming session. That type of warning should have disappeared decades ago with cartridges that could hold game saves yet a lot of developers still insist on including it out of some bizarre tradition that simply needs to die.