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Old March 13 2014, 03:45 AM   #16
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Re: Is Microsoft Planning To Dump Xbox?

Yeah, though that was by the end of the PS3's run, so it had time to ramp up and get over the mistakes it had initially made, and understandable to see it adjusted over time. I think the One could end up doing it they stick with it, but maybe it really is too much of a loss for them. I'd hate to see them give up, if only for fair market competition.
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Old March 13 2014, 09:35 PM   #17
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Re: Is Microsoft Planning To Dump Xbox?

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Yeah, though that was by the end of the PS3's run, so it had time to ramp up and get over the mistakes it had initially made, and understandable to see it adjusted over time. I think the One could end up doing it they stick with it, but maybe it really is too much of a loss for them. I'd hate to see them give up, if only for fair market competition.
Agreed. I would also think that giving up on the Xbox One could lead to future issues for Microsoft. The Xbox line is one of the few products they offer that is well regarded by the general population. Everything else they put out is generally hated by the non-corporate masses.
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