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Yoshida's Funny Response To Xbox One

Sony usually doesn't respond to the competition very often. It's Microsoft who appears to be far more likely to throw a few jabs here and there.

And when Sony does respond, it's typically pretty subtle...and pretty funny. It'd be interesting to know what Sony bosses think of the freshly unveiled Xbox One, so somebody decided to ask Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida.

It was a simple question on Twitter: "What do you think of the Xbox One?" Now, obviously, Twitter isn't the place to get into a long, detailed discussion as everyone has to keep their thoughts relatively brief (or Tweet a hundred times). But Yoshida didn't need much space:

"@jimreilly Hi Jim, sorry I was back to sleep. You asked about HTC One?"

Most are theorizing that Yoshida was referring to the new HTC One smartphone, which was revealed a little while back. And basically, this is a jab at Microsoft's lack of originality for the name. The sleep part could be legitimate but...um...it's still really funny. We're sure he didn't mean to be all disrespectful but in a way, we hope he did. Microsoft seems to deserve it at this point. Did anyone like that event?

Tags: xbox one, microsoft, sony, shuhei yoshida

5/22/2013 11:26:44 AM Ben Dutka

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Comments (49 posts)

Bonampak
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 11:44:46 AM
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I read that an insider who works at Sony mentioned that everyone there was in disbelief. And how they felt that it had been unnecessary for them to do a counter-campaign (on Google). Since during the reveal (focused on going after casual consumers), MS basically gave them the next gen crown on a silver plate.

IMO, Sony must be celebrating right now.

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kraygen
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 11:55:56 AM
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I actually really enjoyed the event, it took away any worry of having to spend a large amount of money on 2 consoles next gen. I watched it and realized I just saved $400.

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 12:23:20 PM

Yeah, me too. It cemented my intentions to go for the PC + PS4 combo.

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broox9
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 9:34:56 PM

I have my RAM and SSD coming in tomorrow. Already have the i7. I'm going for a Dual Boot Hackintosh (i'll be getting a Gigabyte board) to compliment my PS4

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Temjin001
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 11:56:02 AM
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I'm really still in disbelief over how lackluster the presentation was. It was way too focused on the Kinect-based functionality and media switching abilities of the hardware.
I remember wanting the Kinect to crash and burn when it first released because of this very reason. The assumption was if it were to be successful MS would make it part of their inline Xbox offering. So now of these 15 exclusive Xbox One games you can fully expect at least half of them to be Kinect-centric offerings: Kinectimals, Dance Central, Star Wars, and some other horribly rated motion game. The gamers who know better don't want to be paying for or splitting up their resources for that crap. Now they have to.

I think this is a disastrous move by MS. They're forcing the mainstream idiot games and functionality onto the hardcore. Who aren't into gimmicks. The gamers are revolting. It'll just push more gamers to PS4 and PC, or they'll just continue to stay where they're at.


...hehe and man Kotaku has been slamming MS for a day now.

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 12:24:03 PM

"Kotaku has been slamming MS for a day now" - so true, and with no reservations. :D
But they are not the only one. Even IGN - who usually are quite diplomatic in their tone - has let it shine through that they are unimpressed.


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pillz81
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:03:49 PM

Just read an article giving the PS4 the edge in specs. Ruh Roh!

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Tim Speed24
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:46:04 PM

"disastrous 'move' by MS"....I see what you did there ;)

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Akuma07
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:23:08 PM

The PS4 does though haha.

Yeah, Kotaku have been slamming them so hard, its really funny. Unfortunately a large number of their readers are revolting in the comments though, because they were "happy" with the reveal lol.

Mainstream media is actually reporting on the Xbox One in a positive way, but this is clearly because they generally don't know the industry, or what the expectations are of next-gen.

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broox9
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 9:45:31 PM

Mainstream media would react favorably because by definition they are not hard core gamers. We on the other hand... are nerds. (and proud)

I'll guess they get about 5 decent exclusives of the 15 they tout, assuming Gears of War and Halo are two of them. Maybe 1 cool Kinect game too. Not counting Fortza because I'm not a fan of racing games. However none of those games are named "Killzone", "Grand Theft Auto", "Madden", or "Watch Dogs", and are therefore not of dire consequence.

BTW did anyone get a count of how many times the word "Exclusive" was used? It's like counting "Amazing" or "Fantastic" at an Apple event.

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Boger
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 12:24:58 PM
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I tried to watch the reveal on my 360, but gave up after 20 or so min. because every time someone said xbox my xbox stopped the video stream. The kinect thought I was telling it to stop. Good going MS.

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Akuma07
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:23:53 PM

LMAO.

I've heard SO many people say this.

Such an epic fail.

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Kryten1029a
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 12:49:38 PM
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I've spoken with friends who have been strongly behind 360 and they're all considering making the jump to PS4. This event did Microsoft more harm than good and I can't even wrap my head around how or why they did it.

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Comic Shaman
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 12:57:09 PM
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He jokes, but I'm sure he was listening very closely. If I were in Sony's exec team, what I'd be hearing every second of that presentation is "Opportunity... opportunity... opportunity!"

Microsoft just handed Sony a big early Christmas present. All Sony has to do is position themselves squarely on the other side of all of MS's intrusive, controlling, hostile-to-gamers policies with XOne, and this generation is theirs for the taking.

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 1:12:03 PM
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I think everyone at the game sites that has been licking MS's butthole this generation are upset that MS didn't even put up a fight against Sony's PS4 conference.

I would have said something about the Zune...

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Sir Dan
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 1:36:22 PM
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"I tried to watch the reveal on my 360, but gave up after 20 or so min. because every time someone said xbox my xbox stopped the video stream. The kinect thought I was telling it to stop. Good going MS."

HAHAHAHA!!!! Priceless. You need controllers. End of story.

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Tim Speed24
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:47:46 PM

"You need controllers. End of story"

Amen.

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Vivi_Gamer
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 2:01:42 PM
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I'm sorry but I still cannot accept this console being called the 'Xbox One'. Just as I would not respect the PS4 being called the 'Playstation One'. So I have decided to call it the 'Xbox Inconsistency' X-con for short I guess. I understand reason behind 'One' as in all in one, but it just so silly. I can imagine a lot of children becoming disappointed at Christmas when they ask for an Xbox one and get the 'Original Xbox' instead.

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Sir Dan
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 3:32:32 PM

Yeah. LOL That's funny. Or knowing most grandparents, it's not entirely impossible they come to Christmas with a PS1 for their grandkids....

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daus26
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 7:26:59 PM

You know, the PS1 slim was known as PSOne, so it's definitely something that's been done before.

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LividFiction
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 7:55:20 PM

But the PSone was a revision of the PlayStation... so calling it PSone made sense...

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mehrab2603
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:10:23 PM

Still better than Vita imo. But yeah, MS blew it.

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daus26
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 9:25:14 PM

Lol, I wasn't trying to imply anything more than what I said. I never implied what made sense or whatever.

Perhaps I should've worded it better. If anything, I was more of trying to imply that there would be no way the PS4 would be called the PlayStation One when they've already done it, or that the "One" isn't exactly original in any sense and has been done by PlayStation and HTC (as said here), among other perks and titles.

C'mon, of course it made more sense for the "PSone" for what it was, so why would you even mention it?

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PC_Max
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 3:13:10 PM
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I would say I was impressed. Its seemed like they just slapped it together to respond to Sony's. Thats my guess and maybe it was intentional. Sony I think has been smart this time round... so far and not revealing the PS4 until E3... I think a smart move because THATS what people are anticipating, along with more game and feature reveals.

MS I think has more hidden away. Why spend a lot of money on this short event when E3 is most likely the arena for excitement and payoff. Sony is thinking the same I am sure.

So I would not count out MS right now, BUT this little get together they made was not exciting at all. Maybe they are saving the punches for E3.

Keep Playing!

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 3:19:46 PM

Good point, we shouldn't count em out of the game just because of this. One of the biggest problems is going to be that most of those features are only going to work in the US, so you'd hope they would bring the games to sell the system where all those snazzy bells and whistles won't amount to a hill of beans.

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Comic Shaman
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 4:45:18 PM

If you're right, they've outsmarted themselves. There is nothing to be gained from making a terrible impression with your launch announcement, which is what they did. E3 may be the bigger venue, but there were plenty of people watching yesterday. If Microsoft is holding all their good cards to play at E3, they would've been better off canceling yesterday's fiasco entirely.

I don't give them that much credit as poker players. Sure, they will have more game announcements at E3, but I think their approach to this generation is perfectly clear.

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SmokeyPSD
Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 12:29:52 PM

First impressions last.

Microsoft did nothing to relay consumer fears and everything that was rumoured to be negative about their move into the next gen has ended up true. They didn't even attempt to spend time trying to spin it. Didn't help the conflicting messages from twitter and other sources.

The worst move they made, prioritized games last. They lost customers that won't be coming back already very, very likely who were watching no matter what they do next.

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Knightzane
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 4:19:29 PM
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I lost it when they said "The Xbox One" And then Kaz on twitter said "So they are not releasing a new console. They are just re-releasing the first one" I had some good laughs from the conference. It feels like a late april fools joke.

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Kryten1029a
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 4:45:14 PM

It's more like a circus at the moment and the clowns are running amok.

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KidPresentable
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 4:43:28 PM
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Well, maybe Sony should keep a lid on it for a little bit. The whole 'kid's toy' comment was hilarious, until the sales numbers came in.


As for the show, I liked it. They showed their vision, and it seemed pretty bold. Out of both conferences the only exclusive I found intriguing was Quantum Break. The wife and kids and I talked about it over dinner and wondered if your gameplay would interact with some sort of live action tv season provides by MS.
Your actions dictate how the season plays out. Not truly different from those old FMV games like Mad Dog McRee but on a larger scale, it could be quite the experience. The Kinect 2.0 and all the other features seemed pretty nice too. Now that the dust has settled and MS has been working overtime to quell some of the outrageous rumors that were going around, they can build on the games (hopefully) at e3. If they come with the games, and Sony is distracted explaining their camera, reselling the Vita, and other stuff, then MS can position themselves nicely because as a multimedia device, it works. Couple that with a good gaming machine, and you have a serious contender for Sony in this next cycle. And Nintendo, though they will cater to and attract a completely different audience.

I'm actually more excited for this gen than the last. Each system is set to deliver a completely unique experience. Nintendo with their always stellar first party and the Game pad, Sony with their power and diverse support, and now MS with a
complete set top and what could be an interesting attempt to meld gaming and film beyond what is being done today. No doubt all three of these systems still have a home with this gamer.

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:22:20 PM

I think that's backwards. Why would Sony be the one that's "distracted" at E3?

The single biggest difference between the PS4 and Xbox One events was that Sony really put the primary emphasis on the GAMES. Microsoft did exactly the opposite, as they just promoted fancy new tech via voice commands and motion control, along with a few other new functions.

This is precisely what I should've expected. Microsoft is all about the mainstream masses, and appealing to the mainstream is all about dealing with electronic gadgetry that (for some bizarre reason) entrances the general public. So, forget the hardcore crowd and just show people things that make them go, "Oh gee, isn't that all sorts of cool?!"

I care not for Kinect or anything associated with new ways to freakin' watch TV and movies. I care about playing games. In watching that event, I'm not sure the average person would even call the Xbox One a gaming machine first and foremost. Because it isn't.

While on the other hand, I really think the PS4 is. Sony has gone out of their way early to prove that.

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KidPresentable
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 6:30:03 PM

I think Sony has more things to sell at E3, in addition to the PS4. Microsoft can focus on the games side now that the real selling point has been made. It's a fact that MS has a different vision than Sony, but that to me it's a great thing. Why would I want to own two systems that function exactly the same? For those few exclusives?

Yes, Sony had a conference and trotted out devs claiming their excitement for the system but MOST off the games Sony showed were multiplatform. I love the PS4 but Sony's strategy is to replicate what Microsoft did EIGHT years ago. Create a system easy to develop for, secure exclusives from large and independent studios, and create a one of a kind online community. Did I miss anything? I'm definitely not saying the strategy is 'wrong', just not all together original. Putting power in a box, anyone with a few billion lying around can do that. But taking games to a different plateau, beyond just better looking and somehow STILL inferior versions of the same games like we did the majority of this gen, is something awesome for me. And whenever I see a company like Nintendo since every system after the 'Cube and now Microsoft try to put a little twist on the age old formula of 'Push button, something happens on screen, yay', I can't help but to be intrigued.

Maybe because I'm a sci-fi guy. I want my damn hokodeck or a reasonable facsimile before I break loose of these mortal chains. I refuse to believe when I'm 90 people are still going to interact with games the exact same way I did when I wandered into my first arcade.

And I'm not trying to sell ANYONE on this Xbox One. I'm just giving my honest opinion. I know it won't jive around here, but I am beholden to myself as a gamer, first and foremost, companies, transistors, and plastic bring up the reart

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 6:54:34 PM

I'll be intrigued by all this supposedly "superior" new technology when it actually starts to work better than pressing buttons. So far, it's not even remotely close.

I'm not sure where you're getting the idea that Sony showed mostly multiplatform games at the unveiling of the PS4. Knack, inFamous: Second Son, DriveClub and Killzone: Shadow Fall are ALL exclusive and chances are, they'll all be launch titles. I only saw a couple during the Xbox conference, didn't I? And only one was confirmed for launch (Forza 5). Other than that, a whole lot of Call of Duty.

And I don't agree that Sony is doing what Microsoft did with the first Xbox. That Xbox wasn't exactly a runaway hit, you know. At least, not in comparison to the dominating PS2. The original Xbox only used basic PC tech because...well, because it's Microsoft. What did you expect? And stealing exclusives away didn't really start to happen until the 360.

Most importantly, I believe that developer feedback is the only rock solid piece of news I can count on. Sony and Microsoft will promote. That's what they do. Developers, on the other hand, especially third-party developers, aren't beholden to either manufacturer. Hence, they will say exactly what they think. And all we've seen since the PS4's announcement is major developer after major developer praising Sony.

I didn't see any example of that during the Xbox One announcement. I just saw Microsoft posturing with new tech, most of which has nothing to do with games. And the tech that does doesn't make interactive entertainment automatically better; it still has to prove it can be BETTER than what we already have. And I'm very skeptical that it will. Lastly, the number of restrictions and requirements involved with the Xbox One is just...ridiculous.

That's where I come out.

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LividFiction
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:00:50 PM

"I love the PS4 but Sony's strategy is to replicate what Microsoft did EIGHT years ago. Create a system easy to develop for, secure exclusives from large and independent studios, and create a one of a kind online community."

Minus the online community, that's exactly what Sony did with the PlayStation in the early Nineties.

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KidPresentable
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:41:36 PM

The eight years reference was to Microsoft's 360 strategy. I would say MS stole exclusives. It's not as if any of those belonged to Sony, really, just that they were synonymous with the brand.

I don't think that Kinect is superior to the standard controller, I appreciate the attempt at diversity. Especially, in an industry that seems content with the status quo. What I meant by different plateau is just different, not necessarily higher. My problem with Microsoft this gen was that they tried TOO much in some regards to emulate Sony. I don't get mad often, rarely curse, especially when it comes to games but one time Don Mattrick ended an E3 presser saying something to the effect that the 360 is the home of everyone's favorite Sony franchises. I said "F@ck you, Don" I'm glad they are forging their own path. Is it a hardcore gamers'fdream? No. But where is it written that everything in this industry MUST be done for the sake of the 20 -30 year old 'hip' gamer who turns his nose up at anything that doesn't strive to have some meaning? I like the games that have heart but why can't some systems focus on bringing in the non gamer and giving them a glimpse into this world we love?

Devs' opinions have been dead to me since the beginning of this gen, when they pretty much did nothing but rip the PS3 apart when we new from the beginning of it was a good system. Then some dope from EA said the Wii U was crap. No credibility. And the sad and awful truth is this: while the devs are not beholden to any console manufacturer, they are beholden to the publisher. And if the publisher says "put this game on this system and make it identical to maximize sales on both" that dev is going to do just that. That's why I don't give a care about specs. Why live in a dreamland of untapped potential. Final product is all that truly matters because that's all any of us are going to get.

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 10:58:14 PM

Developers complaining about the PS3 was natural. It was a bitch to develop for, just like all the PlayStation consoles. That doesn't mean they all hated it; they were just a little frustrated, which is perfectly understandable. And lest we forget, they were right. In each and every PlayStation generation, we have to WAIT several years before we start to see what the system is truly capable of. I don't know about you, but I'm tired of that.

And I'm all for variety and trying new things. But I'd rather have that be evident in the games themselves, not in how I interact with them. The same can be said for movies. I really don't care about 3D or seats that move around in movie theaters or some such nonsense. The only thing that really matters to me is the movie itself. That goes for games, too. I know there are more options given the interactive nature of the medium, but there are also almost limitless possibilities in the development sphere as well.

The bottom line is that Microsoft hasn't shown me anything in the realm of innovative gameplay for years, and it doesn't appear to me that Xbox One will be any different. Better Kinect games? Well, goody. That's not innovation in gameplay; that's innovation in technology, which is not the same thing.

And I hate to tell you this, but more than one game maker sees the Wii U as crap. And that's because, for the most part, it is. Of course, it depends on what you're trying to do with it, but that's a perfectly legitimate claim on at least one front.

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Beamboom
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 2:54:54 PM

Good replies you did here, Ben.

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Dante399
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:17:15 PM
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XboxDone lol

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Comic Shaman
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:21:44 PM

I personally like "XBone."

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 5:50:25 PM

LOL My fingers always want to type "Bone" for some reason.

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Kryten1029a
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 6:06:07 PM

Check out the latest Jimquisition on the Escapist. He said it best: XBox One out of Ten!

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Gregory Freeman
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 8:28:54 PM

I've got 99 problems and it's name is ONE.

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Crabba
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 6:38:41 PM
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I think Microsoft said it best themselves at the end of the presentation: Xbox Go Home.

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Fabi
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 8:57:31 PM
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My goodness, did you guys see those GIFs that Kotaku posted? Hilarious. Especially the one with the dog running and then someone posted a long one using a scene from the movie Se7en. I could not stop laughing.

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Hand_of_Sorrow
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 9:04:35 PM
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i never watched the conference, if i did, i probably would've fallen
asleep just going by what i've read.

i've seen a picture of the xbox one, that thing looks bigger than the fat ps3.



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bldudas1
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 9:59:35 PM
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Wow, that's funny.

I don't think the Xbox One is a gaming console. It's an entertainment thing that can play games.

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___________
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 7:01:43 AM
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that was not funny, just stupid!
the name makes perfect sense, there trying to market it as a all in one entertainment machine, ie the ONE device you need.
christ, come on not that many people can be THAT stupid!

kazs was WAY funnier, were totally suing M$ they totally ripped off our betamax players design.
kinda true, it does have the old shape and style to it.
bit disappointed, it looks too safe and boring.
hoping the ps4 has a little more design flair to it!

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Jaylynn
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 3:53:37 PM
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"@jimreilly Hi Jim, sorry I was back to sleep. You asked about HTC One?"

Yeah that was subtle and hilarious.

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Gregory Freeman
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 8:13:28 PM
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Sony needs to make peace with the actor who portrayed Kevin Butler. Something tells me that Him + Sarcastic comparisons between Xbone errors and PS4 stuff would make a rediculously hillarious ad campaign.

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