Very good presentation, I gave it a 9. If I was a Xbox consumer I would be totally pleased watching this
Starfield looks incredible, glad to see Bethesda keep releasing many of the generation-defining games, it's the only thing I'll be missing though, as the other games I'm interested all seems to be all cross-platform. I plan to get a Steam Deck but Starfield is likely not able to run well on that
I'm conflicted, I'm not planning to get a PC, because I want a PS5 to play the Sony-exclusives plus a bunch of JP AAA games, plus instead a PC I want a Steam Deck because I want to play my current library portable. Is there any Xbox plan to release a streaming service to play their exclusives? Internet connection is a drag in Brazil but it can improve in some years.
Another possibility is to a get a 2nd gen Series S late in the generation (2026-2027) only to play those exclusives, but I don't know how well the late-gen games will possibly run on Series S, guess I'll need to wait
Edit: Also, sometimes I feel like everyone here have every console released on earth plus a bunch of PCs and a Steamdeck, because damn I never see so much obsession with EXCLUSIVES, EXCLUSIVES, ONLY EXCLUSIVES MATTER. Like... what matter is the game is going to be released in a pretty good state and as soon as possible, it's literally the only thing that matters for a owner of a console. Do you realize most of people don't have option and needs to play whatever comes to their console? It's literally how Nintendo fans have been surviving for like 25 years now. It's like I was watching two extreme opposites, absolutely any half-assed 15 years late PS3 irrelevant port get celebrated for Switch owners like it was such a miracle, a divine gift from studios for supporting the system, while for Microsoft is the total opposite, isn't it a day one 300-million budget AAA 95+ Metacritic-scored exclusive that won't ever be released anywhere else? Then it doesn't matter, MS line up sucks.
Last edited by IcaroRibeiro - on 14 June 2022