Microsoft has no plans to reverse Xbox One software policies

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Posted 4:13pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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Microsoft has no plans to reverse Xbox One software policies
Policies relating to used game and online check-ins are 'definitive'.

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Posted 4:13pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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I hope hackers will hack x1 in the first month on sale to just laugh on ms and they're 24 hours check in
Posted 4:17pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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it's really sad that this is taking precedence for a lot of people. There were some really great games shown at E3 - let's talk about them!
Posted 4:23pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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Hackers have more of a chance taking down PSN.
Posted 5:02pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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MS deserve nothing short of total failure.
Posted 7:21pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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It's a real shame that Microsoft have chosen this route! Although I am reluctant to support their decisions I refuse to label them as a company who focus primarily on gaining money as opposed to caring for their consumers. Microsoft have, on numerous occasions, produced quality products.
Posted 7:50pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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Well, that's perfectly fine. Then I have no plans to reverse my "Not buying an Xbox One" policy.
Posted 10:34pm on Thu 13 June 2013
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A better way of doing this might have been that you have to manually deactivate your games before you can trade them in yourself. Shop you trade them in at checks the 'database' and transfers your ownership to themselves ready to be handed on to the next punter.

No 24 hour check ins to keep your licence policy up to date, no restrictions on re-sale.
Posted 2:01am on Fri 14 June 2013
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Yeah erm... Windows XP... I can't think of anything else.
Posted 6:13am on Fri 14 June 2013
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If stuff like this keeps up, Microsoft may not have a "games" console by 2015, since no developer will produce games for such a small market.
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