Either way all of this hurt the Xbox and it's reflected in their sales. But to be mad over unmet promises or a change of direction in a unreleased product seems silly to me. As if Microsoft exists in a vacuum and is the only company making promises and mistakes.
Jim isn't mad over the change in direction. It's the change in direction without apology to its early adopters or the studios like Harmonix that were banking on things like Kinect being a mandatory part of the system. Microsoft portraying these changes in direction as a purely positive thing for all parties involved is a fallacy.
I can understand that for sure. But I guess his format makes him come across more like an angry nerd complaining Microsoft isn't perfect than a real critique of marketing and messaging. Someone does need to examine what Microsoft did and is doing but videos like this helps no one, imo, and only furthers to inflame fanboys.
I guess really what I don't understand is why he's so angry and why he choose to represent his opinion in such a poor fashion.