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jason1637 said:
thismeintiel said:

I guess that makes sense.  Personally, I would spend the extra $50 and get the 4K drive, and all the benefits that comes with.  Anyway, you would think with them keeping their sales of $249 for the regular S SKUs going, $199 would have been a much better price.  As it is, this thing isn't even going to cause a blip when it releases.  It's not even in the Top 1,500 Hourly for video games on Amazon.

If I didnt have a Xbox One already I'd probably would get the digital edition if it were $50 cheaper because I only have like 6 physical games and i own them digitally also anyway. I rarely buy physical games and I know lots of people who are the same.

Like I mentioned, if they were going with $249, knowing full well they were still selling their XBO S SKUs for the same price (and probably will for the foreseeable future, so the sales don't plummet) a 4TB HDD was a necessity to justify the purchase.  Right now, you can pay less for the drive one and still go all digital. Maybe save the drive for 4K movies and playing B/C Xbox and 360 games.  I don't know what the marketing department was thinking on this one.  They even lacked the foresight to not name it the XBO SAD.