So I purchased 7 Xbox one consoles this generation. Five for myself and two as gifts. I even own TWO Kinects. Needless to say, I love the machine.
A lot of that love was because of the features. It gave Smart TV features to my normal TVs. In addition to that, I really loved the ability to "Snap" two apps at once. Playing a game while watching YouTube, watching The Walking Dead (back when it was good) while simultaneously watching WWE Network, etc. It was pretty awesome. A major selling point, actually. I enjoyed it so much, I even purchased HDMI splitters for three of my TVs just so I could say "Xbox, Snap TV" and watch TV while using other XBO features.
So, last year, I bought a new house. I had to disconnect all of my systems. I moved to my new home and began the process of reconnecting my consoles.
I got mad.
All of this extra stuff I bought for a feature that was a major selling point and they just take it away without warning? Without giving us a choice? Why am I still even using the "HDMI in" option?
So I contacted a law firm and composed an email: *See next post*
"So what happened?", you ask?
My lawyer tried to contact Microsoft. My lawyer tried to contact the lawyers from the original PS3 lawsuit. A year has passed and there hasn't even been a response from Microsoft.
Anyway, just thinking about it this morning. Thought I'd share it.Last edited by d21lewis - on 16 August 2020