Will the Xbox One Be Your Overly Attached Girlfriend?

Will the Xbox One Be Your Overly Attached Girlfriend?

Will the Xbox One Be Your Overly Attached Girlfriend?

by Steve Napierski to Articles

Last thing I need is an overly attached girlfriend. My wife would kill me! I guess I will have to settle for the competition.

Overly Attached Girlfriend
source: Kensington

Discussion (4)¬

  1. H3xx
    H3xx says:
    July 18, 2013 at 10:24 am #

    Listening to “Crazy Bitch” by Buck Cherry while reading that.

  2. Z2
    Z2 says:
    July 18, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

    Meanwhile, Nintendo sits in my living room while I look at infographics. After I look up and muse how I don’t particularly want an Xbone, he responds: “Yeah, man, bros before hoes.” Later, we eat chips and Zelda and drink Mushroom Kingdom Plümerbräu.

  3. Hozz101
    Hozz101 says:
    July 18, 2013 at 5:40 pm #

    You know what would be funny? A new joke.

    • BlazeFaia
      BlazeFaia says:
      July 20, 2013 at 4:58 pm #

      Thank you. I’m tired of this same tired bullshit “quip”. We’ll see how console gamers react when next gen comes (or hell, possibly even this gen) and they’re caught with their pants down still idolizing disk based gaming when they realize that hey, our new games can no longer run on disks because the read/write speeds are HUGE BOTTLENECKS. Then Microsoft will say “I told you so!” and PC gamers will still won’t give a shit because we’re pretty much the future of console gaming. We know what’s coming.

      Was the 24 hour check in a good idea? No. Do they need a way to allow console gamers to sell their digital games? If any current trends mean anything? Absolutely. Or they’ll shit themselves in a tantrum. What people fail to realize is that the One had NO physical games. Every single game on the One was a digital game. Disks were nothing more than an alternative to downloading. Once downloaded, the disk was as worthless as a PC gaming disk in 2010. They weren’t stopping physical trading and lending. No. They were inventing digital trading and lending. As a PC gamer WE don’t even have that shit. And like it or not. Disks are going the way of cartridges. Then whose fault is it when disks are no longer a thing and gamers shunned Microsoft’s attempts to give digital gaming a used market.

      Also let’s not forget that people hated Steam when it originally came out. It sucked hardcore back then and was seen as nothing more than baggage that came along with HL2. Now everyone loves the hell out of it.

      Also. As a personal thing. Disks suck major ass. WAY more fragile and WAY less reliable than cartridges.