Seriously though, I think its too early to tell what will happen because of the spec differences.
It will be about developer tools and support. Indie complaints aside, MS is known for having pretty good dev tools. Sony's track record besides internal studios is not so good. And many speculate that this xbox is running a windows kernel with layering, porting PC games back and forth should be easier than ever.
Let the Sony fanboys play with slow ass games. Sure they might have a little bit sharper textures, but the games will be slower. GT7 will probably only let cars go at like 90 mph where as the Xone can get Forza cars to 200 mph. because while the PS4 has a beefier GPU, the Xbox One has Blast Processing built into it.
@thehbk: Can you source this though? I've read it installs the game for your Xbox, not necessarily your account. Your friend's profiles on another xbox would have to buy the game if you wanted to play split screen on his Xbone it sounds like
Also, noone complains about this on Steam because there wasn't a huge market for used PC game sales before Steam.
We all have our feelings about Kotaku but here you go. This makes sense. I am guessing that they are just approaching it the same way XBLA games are now. You can play on the console purchased with any account or play on the any console as long as you are logged into the account that purchased it.
That is assuming the fee for borrowing from a friend is 5 dollars. In one article, someone compared installing it off a disc to downloading it from online where the Xbone doesn't care where the data comes from, which made it sound like it would be a full price fee.
This is also assuming there will be a fee for used games in general.
*edit* In this Kotaku, yes, Kotaku, article, they interviewed the Microsoft vice president who said if you take a brand new 60 dollar game to a friend's house to play on his Xbone, you will have to pay the full price as a fee, as in 60 bucks.
@thehbk: Because if the games it has are the same as the games the 360 has, then I am 100% not interested.
and who said they will be? You could say the same thing about the PS4. And the PC. The few games that I did see in that thing didn't look like they would also be on the 360, except call of duty, but you know thats on PS3 also.
@blackichigo: You were not the target for this reveal then. Like he says, E3 is for, not an event aired on Spike TV. But you might not know it, but a shit load of people love sports(me), love to watch tv(me), and play Call of Duty (also me), and if you don't fall into that, its ok. But they are looking to make a lot of money and going after those people, will make them a lot of money.
I agree with the OP. Games are a given. But what are you going to do to differentiate yourself from other game machines out there? And all that stuff looked so cool to me. And people who say, oh yeah well the PS4 thing had lots of games. Knack, Watch Dogs (seen it) Killzone and Infamous? No thanks. That doesn't help any more than not showing other games on the xbox one. I can play Call of Duty, NBA 2k and Elder Scrolls on both consoles, so give me a reason to pick one over the other. This presentation focused on that question.