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Microsoft details connectivity, licensing, privacy for XBox One

June 9, 2013 / 5:50 PM

By: Staff


A lot of consternation has been raised over Microsoft’s forthcoming next-generation console, XBox One, over many things, the least of which certainly isn’t the much-speculated approach to DRM. Earlier today, Microsoft dropped a few hints on the matter, and while they aren’t as bad as predicted (games can be traded and bought used), there are still enough caveats to turn off anticipating gamers; a daily login is required to game, games can apparently only be resold to participating stores at the publisher’s discretion, and outside of that, game ownership can only be transferred between friends, and only once. (Sorry, eBayers.) One hopeful explanation: they’re getting all the non-game stuff out of the way come their pre-E3 conference, which is looking more crucial by the moment.

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