Microsoft started things out exactly how they said they would: games. Lots of games for the XBox One were shown, many exclusive (thanks to deep pockets), and many look very promising. It was a really strong showing overall, but I was particularly impressed with Titanfall.
I also have a soft spot for Killer Instinct, and both Quantum Break and Project Spark look intriguing.
The XBox One will be available in November for $499. The high price point was expected as the new, more powerful Kinect is included. It would be interesting to learn if Microsoft is selling units at a loss and how much of one.
Microsoft didn’t comment further on their controversial online requirements, which makes them all the more likely to be set in stone.
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