Just a few days after the reveal of the Xbox One, two major governments have already spoken out against the home console, citing privacy concerns for its citizens. Both Germany and Australia are condemning the console for what they believe is a breach of privacy. The above listing is taken from eBay Germany’s Facebook page, where it promotes the console as having the following benefits:
– no used games blocking
– no mandatory online
– no crap/bs
It’s interesting to note that not a single person outside of Microsoft has yet to play the console, but due to the unclear answers they’re giving consumers, most avid gamers who understand its current functions are not too happy with it. What do you think? Should these retailers be worried? Remember, eBay is typically a haven for used games.
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