The internet is still buzzing about Microsoft's big "Xbox One" reveal from yesterday...and most of that buzz is not positive. Not only are the fans not thrilled about the lack of backwards compatibility nor the fees involved in playing a game on more than one console, but now indie devs have taken to Twitter to share their displeasure with MS' new console, and their general attitude towards the indie community. Though, after seeing this highlights recap of the press event, it shouldn't really be a shock as to where Micorsoft's focus is.
Dtoid's Office Chat talked up the new system, and Jim even released a special Jimquisition on the subject. In other news, Dale interviewed the Call of Duty: Ghosts devs about the new canine companion, Sup, Holmes? chatted up Lone Survivor's Jasper Byrne, Allesandro checked out the new Paths feature in the upcoming WildStar MMO, Conrad and Jordan's couch campaign featured Sunset Riders, and other newsy thingies occurred. Yup.
The horrible secret behind EA Sports' Ignite Engine
Awww! Call of Duty: Ghosts' cute little doggie
One Xbox to rule them all - Office Chat
Live show: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing
Tons of exclusive info on Lone Survivor PS3 and New Game+
Sunset Riders: How the west was fashionable
Vote on Black Ops 2's new Personalization Packs
EA eats words, has Wii U games in development
People actually like the Maverick Hunter reboot concept
Xbox Live Gold works across platforms, multi-user access
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition uppercuts PC this summer
Microsoft might have a 1 vs. 100-style game for Xbox One
Xboned! Indies can't self-publish on Xbox One
EA's E3 conference includes first look at Star Wars plans
Best of PlayStation Network, Vol. 1 out next month
Microsoft: Backwards compatibility is 'backwards'
Metal Gear Rising Ultimate Edition launches on the PSN
It's a start: Crytek's Ryse will be exclusive to Xbox One
First of four Metro: Last Light DLC packs hits next month
Devs express disappointment with Xbox One over Twitter
The Warriors come out to PSN next week
First details on Slitherine's Warhammer 40K: Armageddon
Microsoft spent $400 million on NFL partnership!?
Yakko Warner is Bravoman in new Namco cartoon
Alan Wake Humble Bundle and sale on Xbox 360
Super Mario Land finally gets a graphics patch
Here's your Company of Heroes 2 campaign trailer
Raise your badger children in Might and Delight's Shelter
WildStar 'Paths' system detailed in new dev video
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