This doesn't really affect me, but I really don't see where Microsoft is coming from on this, more games is always better, it's not like Microsoft is going to be sitting on a bunch of inventory that might not sell.
Seems like waiting for sloppy seconds has worked out fine for Steam.
If you weren't compelled to get a 360 before, there is no sense in getting one now, the only thing 360 was good for was multiplayer shooters, that community will be moving over to next gen, if you have to save for it, I'd definitely save to the xb1.
Spike is still running the awards but they aren't showing them on TV?
The only reason for this show to exist is because it's on TV, I'm not sure why any big reveals would show up otherwise, and really, what the hell do they play on Spike if this isn't on, I honestly haven't watched the channel in about 5 years, but all it was before that was James Bond movies on repeat(nothing wrong with that) but seems like a live show would be better than anything on reruns.
I hope it's good in any event, last year's was fine, the only thing embarrassing were the Felicia Day bits (she did some cupcake thing iirc that was insanely stupid)
Apparently Konami is making money with Skullgirls on consoles so why are they going remove it ?
Selling copies doesn't necessarily mean they are making money; I'm sure Konami has a reason for doing this beyond being a bunch of dicks and the only thing that makes sense is that they are losing money here.
It'll be interesting to find out whether you'll be able to download the game if you bought it previously after it's taken down; that would be a real shitstorm if that happened.