Microsoft’s new game console, the successor to the Xbox 360, is creating some negative buzz before PS4’s meeting on February 20.
Apparently Microsoft is making a few major changes to the upcoming console, and gamers don’t seem too pleased. Some of the new changes require a one-time activation code to play new games. This means that purchased games cannot be resold, and the console itself will require a constant Internet connection.
For consumers who live in neighborhoods that don’t have the best bandwidth, this could be a dealbreaker. If Microsoft moves forward with these plans, gamers can no longer share games among friends, and will not be able to buy second-hand games from well-known stores such as Gamestop and Best Buy.