Microsoft's announcement of the Xbox One has been met with no shortage of derision. Concerns over the future of the used games market, the console's need to connect to the internet and a failure to effectively communicate the device's value to the consumer have led to one of the most negatively received console announcements in history.
But it isn't over yet. With E3 on the horizon and several months left before the release of the hardware, what can Microsoft do to turn the tide of public opinion?
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