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Submitted by Vyralize 880d ago | opinion piece

Bad Microsoft PR spelling doom for new Xbox launch?

Vyralize: Has a bit of bad PR already ruined some of Microsoft’s sales on its next Xbox? (Gaming, Microsoft, Web)

Vyralize  +   880d ago
What a joke! This guy should be fired asap.
Main_Street_Saint  +   880d ago
I do believe they did.
cyclindk  +   880d ago
Actually, I think they promoted him... executive latrine sponger.
Speed-Racer  +   880d ago
Hmmm I'm sure he could have said what he said in a more diplomatic way.
badkolo  +   880d ago
nope, its genius cause everyone is talking baout the next xbox and they havent shown a dam thing yet, pure genius
eferreira  +   880d ago
I know any publicity is good publicity but everyone's complaining and upset with MS. Not good for them at all.
badkolo  +   880d ago
its good if the rumors arent what they seem, right now everyone is up in arms and rightfully so, but the point is they are up in arms and discussing ms and the new xbox meanwhile they have not revealed anything at all, when they do and if its all real then they lose a huge amount of us gamers but the chances are its not what we all think and their silence is casuing more and more people to talk. the more they keep quiet the more we will all talk and wonder, then wehn reveal day shows up and the truth is revealed , then what, what if its nothing like what we thought, what if the system is a killer one, then all this negative stuff leading up to it goes out the window and everyone will be appluading htem
xxxxx01  +   880d ago
I have to agree with you now everyone seems to only talk about is xbox, xbox, xbox
KwietStorm  +   880d ago
Why do people always go for the immediate quick obvious observation. The reason people are taking about it is *because* Microsoft hasn't said anything. That's where speculation comes from. Sony has already detailed the PS4 twice, so people are wondering what the competition is doing, and based on the rumors, a lot of those people don't like what Microsoft is doing.
DOOMZ  +   880d ago
Not doom for anything...
Day one purchase!
mushroomwig  +   880d ago
Day one purchase when you know nothing about the console, features, cost or the games?

Ladies and gentlemen, this is a good example of a sheep.
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mcroddi  +   880d ago
That could have been handled better
generalthadeape  +   880d ago
Someone needs to slap that guy!!!
Wintersun616  +   880d ago
With a rotten salmon!
hard joe  +   880d ago
xdoom
level 360  +   880d ago
Always on-line could eventually lessen the lifespan of these next-gen XBox's.. imagine suddenly at peak hours playing games and suddenly your console shutting off simply because there is too much traffic on-line.

I'm sure if this happens from time-to-time this could ruin a couple of electronic hardware/circuit in your XBox console..

..question is if this would happen can you sue Microsoft?, are we going to see a lot of gamers claiming for damages?
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