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Posted by Maklershed on 13 June 2013 - 12:46 AM
For the past five years or so there's barely a day that goes by I don't see an article, blog post, forum post, or hear on a podcast that used games are killing the game industry. So I'm a bit confused why there has been such a sudden shift in attitude about that particular concern lately and why Sony is proclaimed as the new savior of gaming and gamers for letting people rent and buy used games. In the long run, do you feel while Microsoft has the more painful strategy towards drm and used games for consumers, that what they are doing is the responsible thing and they are actually helping the industry? Is it possible that developers will focus on developing for the Xbox One because they know their games wont get "passed around" on that system? Finally, do you think Microsoft will eventually capitulate and abandon their drm plan? And CAN they even do that at this point or are they too far along?
Oh and you probably wont have time for such a frivolous question on this week's CAGcast but given the choice, which of these three movies would you see this weekend - Iron Man 3, Star Trek: Into Darkness, or Man of Steel?