China, you're f***ing stupid.
"..a terrible sales performance that only got worse over the first quarter of this year (Nintendo president Satoru Iwata took a 50% pay cut over the the Wii Uâ€™s awful sales back in January).."
Finally. Sheesh.. .
Just because he *has* i.e. owns, the right to hate doesn't mean he SHOULD have that right.
It's okay for people to unjustifyingly hate base on personal prejudices of things they neither understand or care to even want to understand?
You may HAVE the right to do so, but that does not justify the means, by far.
Gay couple are boycotting people against their right to love and marry who they please base on individualism as a whole.
This guy is donating money to oppress people and ideas he deems wrong based on personal bias.
How is that the same thing? Should we all be so tolerant that we let it be okay for black people to be oppressed/murdered; etc, because that's their right to hate black people?
You have the right to hate, that's true, but that doesn't mean it's okay. Everyone has their own opinion on things, but that doesn't mean every single opinion is inherently right or even good.
"In my opinion, eating glass is healthy and we should teach our children to do so!" -- is that right or wrong?
The answer SHOULD be obvious.
You have no idea what you're talking about.
The difference between both are so insignificantly close to one another, it makes absolutely no difference in practical applications.
Play both side by side and you will not see any difference.
Kinect is great; everything makes use of it. General voice commands browsing the different apps, netflix etc are just awesome.
I'm very happy with my Xbox One in every way, especially its lineup of games and initial releases. It's well worth the $499 price-tag.
Both are great machines either way you put it; and they both deliver superb graphics and entertainment.
So, if video games actually force you to do something wrong or dangerous, i.e. playing a violent video game *will* MAKE me do something reflective of the video game.. is that to say that drinking any portion of alcohol will *MAKE* me become an alcoholic?
Or is the predisposition of alcoholism run in my genetic code prior to drinking any alcohol at all??
And if the former were true, then why don't violent/sexual/"bad" non-pay-per-view TV shows (not to mention the plethora of free stuff ANYONE at ANY age can find all over the internet) have the same effect or are blamed in the same way?
Why is it only video games that can have this effect on people? Is it the direct interaction that makes them "different" as such? If so, then what about the alcohol analogy?
Ignorant or naive people are afraid of most what they know least about. Fear leads to belligerence, and it's that belligerence that enables so many unknowing, uncaring people to have such prejudice against video games to begin with.
I suppose people are only allowed to care for what others tell them to care about, instead of caring about what they so choose to care for..
I guess I was wrong, too.
Yes, it's important and I get that. I understand the significance and repercussions of starting another war, where it's started, what it's about; but does that mean the syrian conflict should be the only thing on my mind? Am I wrong for caring about other things, even if they are things other individuals may not care for, themselves?
Step off your soap-box and chill out. You're not helping anyone, even yourself, by letting this irk you.
Care for what you need to care for and let others do the same. There's no need for idle aggression. If you want to inform people of important matters, sarcasm will never be useful.
For Christ's sake.. you're commenting this on a computer hardware page. 'Cmon..