Speaking to Total Xbox, UK marketing director Harvey Eagle basically says sorry, not sorry to people who are upset over buying the Xbone at launch before it dropped to £399 with Titanfall in the UK.
Business is business, I guess.
According to an article in the Washington Post,
Two influential Microsoft shareholders have been pushing the Redmond software giant to abandon what they view as non-essential product lines so that Microsoft can focus on its core strength: selling enterprise software to businesses.
That would probably mean dropping Xbox, Bing, and hardware including the Surface. Bless anyone who gets rid of Bing, but dropping Xbox seems like a terrible idea. What do you think? Should Microsoft focus on selling software to businesses? How long until the iBox? Link to the article in the via below the image
In a statement, Epic Games says:
Epic Games has reached an agreement to sell the 'Gears of War' intellectual property rights to Microsoft. We're very proud of the franchise we built in close partnership with Microsoft over the past decade and are happy that this agreement enables Microsoft to forge ahead with the 'Gears' universe on their industry-leading platforms as Epic concentrates its efforts on new projects. Epic remains totally dedicated to supporting Xbox One and is licensing the Unreal Engine 4 technology to Microsoft in support of their future projects.
Learn more about Microsoft's acquisition here.
The internet is jumping down Microsoft's throat about trying to buy positive reviews and consideration from YouTubers, but boogie298 wants you to know this is nothing new. The video is six whole minutes long, but worth a watch if you're interested in video game reviews on YouTube.