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Monday, 03 June 2013 06:58

Hyrb says Microsoft is listening to concerns

Written by David Stellmack

Gathering specific answers to community questions

Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb says that Microsoft is listening to the community surrounding the questions and concerns that it has with the Xbox One. He Tweeted that he is working to gather all of the answers to these questions and will post them once he has all of them.

Hyrb claims that the answer to these questions so far look pretty good. He also claims that, “…reports about our policies for trade-in and resale are inaccurate or incomplete.” This seems to be the biggest question that the community has, and Hyrb acknowledges that Microsoft is listening to the feedback.

The communities want to know if all of the pressure is going to cause Microsoft (as well as Sony) to rethink their policies and retreat to something that looks closer to what we have on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 today. Those that we have spoken with suggest that changes are going to be adopted no matter the reaction of the gaming community, but we suspect that the measure in the end will not be nearly as draconian as many are predicting.

David Stellmack

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