Great article. In my opinion Kinect will either live or die on June 9th. Maybe a VR solution is coming. Maybe they will show how the world can turn their Xboxes into Dev Kits and open up Kinect. Or maybe they will really just let it die.
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Paying for the service and then paying again to rent the game is a bad deal. It's why On-live failed and it doesn't make me hopeful for this service.
Other write-ups made it sound like an either or thing.
Yeah, but you'll still have to pay for the service then pay for the game either/or rent the game. Your basically paying to play the game that you bought/rented, online or single player. Its an always-online system. Its OnLive.
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Did I wake up in some alt universe where online play is bad and slow loading discs are good? Did we even see the same show? Sony is competing with WiiU. MS is competing with Steam and Apple. NO JOKE.
Xbox live has "Indie Games." Consoles are not closed to indie developers. I don't respect liars. I will probably not buy this.
I liked Too Human. I wish they would have just sucked it up and made a better game instead of whining and suing with no actual thought or plan about what they were doing. Now they will be forever in a situation of: awwwwwkward.