Thursday, November 24, 2005

Crash Box 360

When Microsoft announced it's first Xbox, the news was met with comments like "Oh great, now my video games can crash." Well, it seems those sarcastic comments have come to fruition with the 360. Microsoft, predictably, has managed to ruin the console-gaming experience with its signature bugs and crashes. My prediction: xbox virus by the end of next year. Imagine if you had to plug your NES into the wall to get a firmware upgrade? I've seen the future of gaming, and it looks annoying.


Blogger Stewart Porter said...

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1:37 AM  
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1:57 AM  
Blogger Stewart Porter said...

I have seen the future. The Norton Anti-Virus for our gaming systems looks a lot like this

2:18 AM  
Blogger Q. Meyers said...

HA! Good call.

4:04 PM  
Blogger ptm said...

While hanging out with some associates over the weekend who wanted to get a 360, it became real clear real fast that the lack of supply must have something to do with hardware bugs. Why else would they hold back shipments of an in-demand product? Aren't we past the era of needing to strangelhold supply to artificially inflate demand? I think enough people knew about the 360 to make it wanted. Clearly, M$ knows that it's product is currently crap and is hoping they can fix it a bit before sending more out. Or they're changing the manual to label the bugs as "features," Dilbert-style.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the price they pay for coming out as fast as possible to beat out sony and nintendo...

1:26 PM  
Anonymous mortgage company said...

thought-provoking, mootable pv. just my thoughts, well anyways gl & be chipper is what i say

6:02 PM  

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