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06-12-2013, 06:12 PM
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Originally Posted by galvo View Post
It seems like Microsoft has chosen to move towards an all in one media hub rather than a pure gaming system. If that's the case, a constant internet connection is pretty much required. A media hub must be connected to a network in order to be used properly, otherwise it's not a media hub. I said this earlier - think about how absolutely useless your smartphone, tablet or PC would be without an internet connection. Please, disable all network connections on your devices that are typically connected to the internet and get back to me with your impressions. That was a joke, please don't do that.

See reply to Krishna's comment. Did you even read my post?

So have I. My point is, Microsoft doesn't worry as much about hacked Xbox's as much as PC pirates. Hacked 360's were patched several times, rather easily, by Microsoft. Like I said, I enjoy the legitimacy of console gaming, otherwise I'd continue gaming on my PC.
Microsoft fixes it and it's rehacked again within 2 days.

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