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This complete reversal makes me a bit sad. When buying media I'm a 21st century digital boy, and I'd be tickled pink if I didn't have to ever see another optical disc fucking ever. What made me finally flip over was #1 most hated old industry shit, region restrictions - without them I would've been in a waiting mode to see if the video services were at all relevant to me. I'm very sad to see the family sharing feature go, but hopefully it will be reinstated in some form, and the digital sales of games keep expanding aggressively.The Xbox One Just Got Way Worse, And It's Our Fault
"Here's the problem: Microsoft didn't do any of those things. Any of these benefits remained "imagined," while the benefits that were actually announced were weak tea. Microsoft's "easier roaming" by downloading your games at a friend's house wasn't easier at all—these remote downloads would have actually been much less convenient than just bringing along a disc. The 10-member "family sharing" plan sounded intriguing, but Microsoft couldn't answer extremely basic questions about how it worked. Could two people play two different shared games in your library at the same time? No one at Microsoft seemed willing to say! Being able to play your entire library on your hard drive without having to get up and switch discs is nice, but it's hardly a "killer app" given the drawbacks."
Tangiers is a dark, surreal game – a love letter to the avant-garde of 20th century. It’s a world built from the broken prose of Burroughs, from the social dystopic brought about by Ballard’s architecture. Looking at the Dadaists playing with the absurd, the grotesque, the playful – at Throbbing Gristle teasing the edge of public decency with homemade tape loops. Exploring the dark, ambient textures of Oophoi, of David Lynch, the contradiction in finding solitude in violent strokes of light and shadow. The uncivilized, primitive dance of Artaud.