SEGA-TUDE wrote:only ther true fanboi lovers would buy it for that price at launch. the rest would stick to 360 till M$ pulls ther heads out ther ass and lowers the price with ther money hungry bs. next they'll raise the xbox live price. wonder how much it costs to get a controller if the one you have breaks.
stu wrote:Getting this thread discussion back on topic after someone posted a stream of trademark crap in it.
Latest next gen Xbox rumors indicate that Microsoft are looking at imitating Nintendo by incorporating touchscreens in to the next Xbox's controllers. This report is from IndustryGamers.com
http://www.industrygamers.com/news/xbox ... ---report/
Quote: "According to a report in Xbox World magazine, the next Xbox will have a touchscreen built into the controller, not unlike the Wii U. The shape of the controller is said to be more akin to the PS Vita rather than the Wii U's tablet controller.
According to the sources, the next Xbox "will be a matte-black media hub with a mission to bring games to life in your living room with augmented reality, directional sound, and a four-player, finger-tracking Kinect."
The one part of this report that is troubling to me is that it claims Microsoft are looking at setting a pricepoint of $600+. I would of thought Microsoft would have learned lessons from Sony's struggles when they launched the PS3 at $600.00.
Quote: "The report further states that Microsoft is “playing it safe” when it comes to the CPU and GPU, but other functions will change how you play. The price tag is also expected to be quite high, maybe even north of $600."
MrSega wrote:None of stu's theory has any logic to it at all.
MrSega wrote:Sony has no plans for a next gen Playstation at the moment & if the Xbox Loop is only slight more powerful than Wii U/University its price point won't be any different from Wii U's which is widly reported to be $450-600.
The execution of a tablet controller is NOT going to be cheap & I don't know why some people believe that.
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