Well I suppose that is a different way to look at it as a more standby lazy mans blue-ray player (and of course a bit more)
its an interesting direction that we take this into rather than debating whether the ps4 or xbox one is the better console, you could just argue that the xbox one isnt really much of a console at all or at least that's no longer its main intent.
Obviously microsoft figured they'd make more profits by marketing to the lazy people who want to watch netflix/facebook all day
Originally Posted by Dave84311
So why'd you copy paste everything I said on MSN/MPGH about it?
That's probably the best way to look at it. If you got the next iPhone "revolution" that can sell to all the consumers rather than just teens and young adults, you're gonna make a whole lot more.
Indeed im surprised Microsoft wont take it a step further and market it as a "home appliance"
Originally Posted by Aborted
Implying gaming is more physically active than watching TV.
it does for the most part it requires a bit more attentiveness (of course that doesnt determine physical activity im more implying mental) than simply watching a movie
then again it could be either i'm a very lazy tv viewer or you're a very lazy gamer