Microsoft’s Solution For No Internet? Buy An Xbox 360.

Photo courtesy pcgamesn.com
Photo courtesy pcgamesn.com

OK, so Sony basically turned their press conference into a prison rape scene from OZ the other night. But it’s not lost Microsoft. Just stay on point and keep focused on games and above all else, for the love of God, don’t say anything stupid.

Shit, who let Don Mattrick talk again?

Geoff Keighley at GameTrailers interviewed Mattrick about the always online aspect of the Xbox One and what this means for people without internet connection.

Check this shit out:

“Fortunately we have a product for people who aren’t able to get some form of connectivity; it’s called Xbox 360. If you have zero access to the Internet, that is an offline device.”

It gets even better when you hear of Mattrick’s loving way of saying that our military personnel would not be able to play their favorite games on an Xbox One.

“Seriously, when I read the blogs and thought about who’s really the most impacted there was a person who said, ‘Hey I’m on a nuclear sub.’ And I don’t even know what it means to be on a nuclear sub but I’ve got to imagine it’s not easy to get an internet connection. But hey, I can empathise; if I was on a sub I’d be disappointed.”

Doesn’t it make you all warm and fuzzy inside?

You should do yourself a favor and listen to the entire interview here.

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2 responses to “Microsoft’s Solution For No Internet? Buy An Xbox 360.”

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