May 21st 2013 9:05 pm PT

Join me Wednesday for an Yahoo! Chat

Wednesday at 4p ET/ 1p PT/9p UK time I’ll be over at Yahoo for a chat about Xbox One. During the 30-minutes, I’ll be taking some of your questions about the recent announcements. The chat event will take place using Covert It Live, so when then event starts it should automatically go live below.

 

Xbox One By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Bert

    He didnt answer any hard questions…or they were not posted.

    • Dylan

      They were. I was here. We all posted the questions.
      The questions they answered were done by MS employees.
      Just like the fake cheering at the conference.

      • Roberto Merino

        Yes, all this was fake, most people wanted the head of MN to play football,

        Even somebody asked about the fake cheering at the conference, obviously, question ignored.

  • Ivanx360xpira

    I just hope MS step back in this bullshit of feeing used games, besides that I think Major did answer some questions in this chat:

    1. It’s not always online but it does requires internet connection (then if you plan to buy a Xbox one and don’t have a internet connection better you forget)
    2. if you have multiple accounts (wife, kids, etc…) it problably works just like the xbox 360 does;
    3. If your question is about games, E3 will be the answer…
    4. no backward compatibility, but it will carry over achievemtns and gamescore…

    I’ll wait till E3 to make my decision, I liked what Xbox One will offer in terms of TV and these stuffs, of course I hate this bullshit of used games fee, but a lot of thing may chance till the release, and we also don’t know almost anything about PS4 console.

    Sony and Microsoft took different approches, Sony showed first games, and I bet E3 will be all about PS4 console, MS showed the console first and at E3 will show the game portifolio. How sony will deal with these controversial points remains to be seem, and I’m still skeptical if they will take a dramatic different approch…

    • ReadTheArticlePlz

      Just so you know, one thing they “forgot” to mention is that the tv stuff is not out of the box. You have to buy a separate component to connect your cable/dish/whatever box to the XB1

  • http://twitter.com/Four_Channel Four Chan² / Side B

    Heres a question for Major Nelson. if they are doing an online trade system what is the motivation for people to buy games? I mean, if my brother guys a game I want to play, and I have one he wants to play, we can still swap games. So the motivation of me buying a game isn’t there. I might as well buy 1 game and trade games until I get the game I want for FREE. Microsoft makes no sense.

  • http://twitter.com/Four_Channel Four Chan² / Side B

    I figured out also with Gamestop trade ins, I have over $2500 worth of games alone, amazon offers me $199 for my console with Kinect and Kinect Adventures, so wondering which system i’d get for free…

  • Realmusik Recordz

    The funny thing is…everybody that has been complaining will still end up buying the Xbox One !!!!! Xbox One will out sell PS4 and might put playstation out of business!!! with in the next 5 years..mark my word!!! Epic! Every one that has a playstation is talking about switching over!!!i sware…..after that reveal..they were amazed!!! at least all of my friends were.

    • lethargicj

      Greatest sarcastic post in history.

      • JoeGrahamcracker

        I think he is actually serious though.

        • Roberto Merino

          I don’t think so…, all sonyers all around the world are celebrating and rejoycing, i don’t see them switching to anything MS related. That is why i came here to post since yesterday, this is the only place i don’t feel lika a looser.

          • JoeGrahamcracker

            No, I’m saying that Realmuzik guy is an idiot.

          • JoeGrahamcracker

            My other comment got deleted I guess. Maybe for namecalling? Let me just say I agree with you, but I was just saying that RealMuzik guy thinks he’s right and he is just an xbox fanboy.

    • Jacob Tshikani

      What do we have to gain from the death of a video company? All we get is less games to play and less variety. Corporate douches will rule the market and we will regret our fanboy rage( I am neutral).

  • Vulcan Assassin

    And I quote: “Answer: No. It does not have to be always connected but it does require an internet connection.”

    Is it just me or is that not a very solid answer?

    • Vulcan Assassin

      It’s like this: Nowadays dial-up isn’t that popular in console gaming, I think it’s safe to say we all know that. So if you have an internet connection, you have something like Cable or DSL, which is always connected anyway.

      So, it’s like Larry should really be saying “Yes, you do. But you have the option to disconnect your xbox one from your internet connection, if the console permits it at that time.”

    • jrdobbsjr

      It’s called Clintonian parsing…..it’s a lie told in such a way that technically it’s a true statement. The translation is that you don’t need a internet connection every second of every day, just for the period of time the mandatory daily check-in requires. Of course, they won’t tell you when that is because then you might disconnect it until the appointed time comes around.

  • kingcrusher

    Ok, here’s the deal. I’m understanding that we didn’t get precise answers and all that since E3 is right around the corner. I will give MS the benefit of the doubt that they will make it work. Bottom line is, they need our money. But please MS, please, let the obvious “partners” you got for all the tv, sports, and whatever else go towards making this system so cost effective that anyone would be dumb not to get one. I’m talking, make the system $249.99 (and not the scaled back version that bites… in fact just make one system, please do not do a smaller version type of thing like you did with the xbox). The bottom line is you would be making your system totally available to anyone, and blow a whole in Sony about the size of the moon (which would mean they would have to lower their prices, etc..). By doing this, we make the transition into the next generation affordable, easy, and doable by nearly everyone. Please, do not come out at $499.99 and tell us what a great deal we’re getting. Use your partnerships and advertising dollars you’ve made off of the original XBox to try your hardest to get these systems into homes.

    • david_hoyland

      I agree 100%. The UK pre order price of £399 is laughable to be honest. If the final price is anything near that it won’t sell.
      Gamers would choose the more powerful PS4 and non gamers / casuals just wouldn’t be interested at all.
      Price is key. Sell it super cheap and get zillions of people to buy it and tied into an xbox live subscription.

    • slasaru

      Do you understand that 250 usd will magically become 250 euros in europe, and 499 usd will become 499 euros, making europeans pay almost 50 percent more than you pay?

      So do not complain, we will pay much more

  • tgrfan42069

    if you are living on a budget and rely on used games for your gaming and if you live in a house hold that doesnt have internet which many homes do not have internet.then microsoft says to heck with you.great pr by them eh

    • ikari_paul

      According to the butthurt corporate shills that litter this forum, youre a mooching scumbag, because if you dont pay the publishers for all your games, your stealing money from them.

      But even if piracy is stopped with mandatory regular logins, and used games are blocked, they’re not about to make the console cheaper or reduce the prices of new games

      • jrdobbsjr

        Nope….they’ll raise the prices because they have a captive audience.

  • lethargicj

    You have worked on the console for years, yet no decisions have been made. What have you been doing all this time? And how are you magically going to come up with answer in the course of a few months when you couldn’t do it in all this time? This is just really sad.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000881111341 Raheen Thomas

    Please explain why 360 games wont work on the xbox one….thats real messed up

    • e1ace

      It’s a completely different architecture. Developers would literally need to port their games to a completely new console.

      Same reason for Sony. Except Sony have Gaikai to help support a previous generation games.

      • Dylan

        Xbox 360 can play Xbox games due to it having an emulation service from the start

        • Roberto Merino

          Obviously Xbox One is not powerful enough to emulate via software the Xbox 360. I don’t think even the most powerful consumer computer in the world can do that fluidly.

          • http://twitter.com/Chuck_Yoder Chuck Yoder

            Which is why I want a cheap ($99ish) discless Xbox 360 that can work on it’s own as an XBLA machine. Connect it via USB3 and HDMI to the Xbox One and you gain full backwards compatibility. Please make that happen Microsoft!

          • ikari_paul

            They would have to emulate a power-pc architecture, which is very different than the x86. And it would cost them, and they’re not about to lose money on something that benefits you, silly

    • ikari_paul

      I guess they would need to incorporate the x360 chips, thus raising the final price

  • CAPTinsano VT

    I get the feeling he damn well knows the answer to a lot of those
    questions but because of all the negative remarks being made they aren’t
    saying anything so they can go back and maybe make some changes.

    I live in Vermont and i have a few friends without access to high speed internet, If you make a console that “requires an internet connection” guess what they wont be buying and i hate to imagine how many other people without access wont be buying this xbox because of that one dumb decision… What did that guy say in the launch, Gaming is a 67 billion dollar industry or what ever. You really telling me they dont make enough money and now you require a internet connection just so you can see who has a used game so you can make some more money?

  • stretch

    Im off to pre order a ps4. Theyve won my vote. See ya MS

    • Roberto Merino

      Sadly, i would bet Sony is going to come with something very similar to what MS has done, they are only shut up for now to see what happens. Third-crap companies like EA or Activision would turn their backs to Sony if they don’t incorporate the same kind of aggressive DRM as MS.

      If i were you, i would better hold the money.

      • JCK

        I could quite happily live without EA or Activision.

      • ikari_paul

        But if sony starts selling a lot of consoles, what choice do publishers have? Are they ready for the wrath of the consumers. It can be very damaging to them if theyre seen blackmailing sony

      • stretch

        Nah ive heard enough of ms and their money grabbin. Ive spent thousands on xbox games and hardware and supported them all along. Ive amassed 100,000 gamerscore and they have turned against fans. Im ready to jump ship

  • BigBernard

    I think Larry will “do a Stepto” soon and bail out within a year.

    • https://live.xbox.com/MyXbox/Profile?gamertag=DarkGin87 Lee Rayson (DarkGin87)

      Yup all rats leave a sinking ship

    • ikari_paul

      If the machine bombs, there will be some firing going on

  • JCK

    Xbox One is hardly the all in one system when it will force us to have 2 consoles and 2 versions of Kinect cluttering up our TV stands if we want to play our entire back catalogue of games. That doesn’t really streamline my entertainment needs it makes them more complex!

    • http://twitter.com/Chuck_Yoder Chuck Yoder

      I didn’t even consider that lack of backwards compatibility would require me to have two version of Kinects sitting on top of my TV. Lack of BC kills the Xbox One for me. Sorry Microsoft, try again. My XBLA library is more important than a pass thru television solution.

      • JCK

        They’re creating more problems than they’re solving. So so disappointed that i won’t be following Xbox into the next generation.

      • http://twitter.com/Chuck_Yoder Chuck Yoder

        Additionally, even if only 5% (says Mattrick) used backwards compatibility before (I’m one of the 5%, use it often for Mega Man Anniversary Collection), he needs to understand that digital game purchases change consumer expectations. My iPhone 5 can play all my old iPhone 1 games. Why should I expect any difference from any other digital gaming platform? I guess I’m “backwards”. I know it’s technically hard & potentially costly but that’s not my problem as a consumer.

  • Luih

    I didn´t know that kinnect must be conected always yes or yes =S .Before I disliked the Xbox One for the codes and second hand politics… now I dislike it even more =S

    • JCK

      Mandatory Kinect = no sale.

    • ikari_paul

      They want to check what youre a doing and saying in your living room, 24/7.

      • Luih

        that´s “”great”” M$ will be able to see how I scratch my balls

  • tr1gger

    No backwards compatibility, less powerful than ps4, ugly design, fee for used games, stupid tv functionality, Alan Wake 2 is not in development, no japan games >> f@#k you microsoft! 360 was the best console, Xbox One is piece of s##t.

    • Luih

      100% agree

      …sadly

    • carjrix

      agree

    • Spokker

      It amazes me how much goodwill Microsoft has lost here. Microsoft is too arrogant right now. Sony suffered some major missteps with the PS3, and now they are learning from their mistakes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/snuffer31 Inman Michael

    Lot of negativity around the new console launch, but personally I am excited about what’s coming , my main concern though is what happens if your kinect unit fails ? if this happens does it render your unit useless until a repair/replacement has been done or will the unit operate at some level of functionality. I know of several people who like me are Xbox thru and thru bit this is worrying us. Any clarification would be useful

    • Ivanx360xpira

      I agree with you I see a great potential for the Xbox One, I think MS is taking some bold and controversial decisions, and if that works will really change the way we game today…
      Btw, It’s a great question about kinect failure!!

    • mama mambo

      Same thing with the hard drive! It’s kind of stupid not making a removable drive. if it dies it has to be sent in, just like the original xbox.

  • Ivanx360xpira

    Major, a lot of recent polls (in serveral gaming sites) are indicating that the great majority of gamers were disappointed with Xbox One. Does MS listening to these people or just ignoring them?What you guys from MS have to say about the results of these polls?

    Well, I didn’t made my decision yet, though I see a great potential in Xbox One, if MS takes the right path. In my humble opinion Sony was smarter `cause they announced a lot of games first…and when or IF Sony announces the downsides of PS4, everyone will say ”at least we have a lot of exclusives and games”, so the effects of disappointment will be softer…Sony release timing was better this time!!!

  • Costas

    I don’t play Forza or any EA Sports games and already have a computer hooked to my TV, what does Xbox One offer me?

    • ikari_paul

      In that case, only aggravation… And a always online big brother, in the form of kinect and its fullhd camera

    • jrdobbsjr

      The opportunity to be under constant surveillance so MSFT can profit by selling the data they mine to advertisers and the DHSS.

  • safdf

    If millions shout and nobody listened, did they really shouted? Microsoft is Venezuela and Russia in corporation form. Stop posting your disgust for the XBOX ONE, is useless, speak with your wallets.

    • ikari_paul

      The corporate shills that litter this very forum are actually just saying that, to not buy the system if we dont agree with the company’s vision of nextgen… What those retards down know is that, if the next xbox goes under, they get fired. Guess theyre not that inteligent anyway, according to idiotic messages they post

      • jrdobbsjr

        They’re gonna get fired anyway….the companies they outsource the shilling to dispose of their people like you go through toilet paper. They set up shop, operate for a while, then close and move on before the company can be fingered.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.schicatano Ryan Schicatano

    im not even watching E3 because I could care less about the games of tommorrow when the machine cant even play the games of yesterday….FAIL. This will be the 1st E3 i have not watched LIVE in 8 years

  • mama mambo

    Wow…those questions are generic…Where these approved before Major was asked?
    Plus, Major didnt really answer the question on required connection, just the same spin. Phil Harrison says it has to phone home once every 24 hours, is this true?

    • ikari_paul

      The major (and every microsoft mouthpiece) has right now a army of lawyers with them 24/7, to know what they should say at all times

    • jrdobbsjr

      He did before his minders caught up to him…now he spouts the same gobbledygook the others do.

  • http://photovoltaik.bandcamp.com/ Ujn Hunter

    Screw the cloud. Games in the cloud are games that are DOA.

  • Dylan

    If they’re the same account you should be fine.
    If not, you’re gonna have to pay twice.

    • Tsara

      That’s the thing. If my kid has his own account but our XBOXs are in the same household…we should be able to play the games. This is a problem…

      • Dylan

        Yes. Microsoft is trying to squeeze every penny out of it’s customers.
        Wants to please their friends EA and Activision.
        They bit the hand that feeds. If they don’t fix this, don’t buy the console. If the PS4 doesn’t do this (they haven’t said yet), there’s no reason not to get one instead.

  • ikari_paul

    Hei major, tell us what we get in return for not being able to play used games for free, and for having to be online at least once a day? Yeah, what do we get now that the used market for One games is dead, and piracy has been stopped?
    Do we get a much cheaper console at 100-200$? free online gaming? Triple A games sold at 20-30$??? WHATS THE DEAL WITH THE COSTUMER? Or are you guys just pocketing all the extra profit, and all stays business as usual?

  • ikari_paul

    If the accounts are different, youre out of luck. Youll have to cough up twice the dough. Welcome to a brave new world. At least microsoft can stop piracy this way, right? :-S … Shame, its you and me who pay their antipiracy system, but get nothing in return from it

    • hurrdedurr

      you don’t have to pay for this, vote with your wallet.

    • jrdobbsjr

      Only MSFT, whose fortune is based on buying and/or stealing other people’s ideas, would call commerce held to be explicitly legal all the way up to and including the Supreme Court….”piracy”.

  • kingcrusher

    More and more, what I’m thinking is that this next generation will be the slamming of the big companies. I see a lot of people just simply not buying and causing a huge downfall in the industry. Of course, they’ll never come out and say it was their fault, but they’ll slowly try and “fix” things as they go and make it look like it was their great ideas, when in reality it will be out of panic due to lack of sales because their heads got too big for their hats. We’re kind of losing the reality that it is still the consumer that determines the success of your system, not the specs, not the cool features: it is the CONSUMER who determines how successful you will be. If you hose the consumer, you lose their money, and you fail. it’s that simple.

    • ikari_paul

      Well said. We decide if a system succeeds or not. Im voting with my wallet for sure, hope everyone does the same

  • caleb wands

    You know, what happens if I want to use the x1 in the car will I still have the kinect hooked up?

    • ikari_paul

      Kinect is mandatory

      • Spokker

        What happens if the Kinect breaks for any reason? I mean, it’s connected and powered on, but the camera may not work or some other component causes it to simply not see the room.

        Can I put tape over the Kinect camera?

        • Dylan

          They’ve said you can remove the camera I believe. But if your Kinect completely broke, your Xbone won’t function

        • ElishaFrench

          Just do what I do now and throw a hand towel over the camera

          • ikari_paul

            Does that repair a broken kinect, that doesnt work with the One?

    • ReadTheArticlePlz

      Yep, forget using it at the lake house/vacation, or in the car on a portable screen, or anywhere else without a connection. They have said always online is not required by MS but they did state that the Developers can require it and that that is being encouraged.

  • Andy L

    So someone asks a the question we all want answered and the answer is “hey, man, it’s months away so we don’t know.”

    If the policy decisions are still being finalized, tell whoever is in charge that your customers don’t want restrictions on used games or being required to have an internet connection. For all the marketing and corporate mumbo-jumbo, hardly anyone seems to have ever opened a marketing 101 book, otherwise you would know that the first rule of selling your product is for people not to hate your product.

  • Darío Tórtola

    I understand Xbox One requires an internet connection?

    I wondered how many Xbox user are there compared with how many XBL users and I found this http://www.geekwire.com/2013/microsoft-24m-kinect-sensors-sold-xbox-live-reaches-46m-members/

    Total xbox sold, near 80 million
    Total XBL users, near 50 million (I understand both silver and gold)

    - Let’s say every xbox has only one user, then about 37% xbox haven’t been plugged to internet.
    - Let’s say half XBL users share console, half not. Then they have about 35 million consoles connected, so then around 56% xbox haven’t been plugged to internet.

    Xbox One seem to present cloud as a need instead of an option. If about half X360 have been connected, how many people would want the new connection-requiring console?
    Then there’s the people who sometimes have problems with their connection (and I’m one of them. It’s not often, but there are problems sometimes) The problems with your connection could stop you from playing a multiplayer game, but now won’t you be able to play a not-online game?

  • ReadTheArticlePlz

    Angel, here is part of the problem. Microsoft doesn’t want to answer any questions because E3 is a short time away. Well guess what MS you scheduled the reveal not us. Why have a reveal and then be all “sorry come back in 3 weeks for that answer” Also PS4 and X1 will have mostly the same looking games. When E3 comes and we see all the fantastic games for both systems it doesn’t do anything to change that I will possible not be able to lend a game disk I bought to my friend to play for a few days. Notice I said lend, not pirate, not steal. I also want to be able to buy a used game and play it without having to pay a fee. If I buy a used Chevy I don’t have to pay Chevrolet a fee to drive that used car. If I buy a used dvd I don’t have to pay the studio again to watch that movie. If I buy a used book I don’t have to pay a fee to the publisher again to read that book. I also don’t want to have to be online if I don’t want to. There are still large segments of this country that don’t have good internet available. Why alienate these people from owning the console?

    To many of us E3 matters not! I am totally sure this console will have awesome games. I am also sure the PS4 will have awesome games. For me it comes down to the experience of playing the games on the console. And MS doesn’t appear to be taking that into account. They are coming across as “our way or the highway” which is a perfectly acceptable strategy, just not one that will get them my money.

    Oh and one last thing. It’s come out that all those fancy TV features you saw at the reveal are not “out of the box” you have to pay extra for a special component to connect your cable box to your X1.

    • Wayne Hixson

      The ‘special component is just an HDMI calbe. You can use the same HDMI cable you currently use to connect the cable box to the TV now just connect it to the Xbox

      • ReadTheArticlePlz

        No, In addition to the cable there is a special box you have to buy that you plug your cable box into that then connects to your xbox with a HDMI cable. I’ve been to so many sites/interviews/articles this week I cant remember where off the top of my head which one said it. I’ll try and find it so I can link it for you.

        • Wayne Hixson

          Sure hope it’s not an IR blaster related item. I hope the newer cable boxes can be directly controlled via HDMI

    • Roberto Merino

      They did say they will show and talk about games at the E3, they were so specific, that i am afraid they have no intention to talk about this controversial topics for now.

      • ReadTheArticlePlz

        Thats the thing Roberto, MS is not new to this industry. They know what gamers are like. They knew full well that gamers would not just be “hey lots of unanswered questions about topics that concern me greatly, I’ll just patiently wait till E3 and hope they answer them then”. Gamers have NEVER been like that and never will be. The point is MS knows this, yet decided to do a reveal that set up many questions but answered none of them.

  • Wayne Hixson

    Where did they ever say it would be recording constantly??

    • senselocke

      Microsoft has a history of complete compliance with law enforcement, and the FBI has stated they record absolutely everything from email to phone calls to texts–I think it’s safer to assume we’d need a complicit guarantee they’re not recording more than an assumption they aren’t.

  • Roberto Merino

    They DID say you will have to pay a fee if you buy an used game, even if it is $1, it makes me angry, they don’t have the right to make profits on what people sell. If they were going to sell games as a downloadable limited license for about $30, then ok, but they want to charge full price for games and you don’t even own your game disc.

    If i buy something, it is mine, if i want to sell it, no one has the right to make profit of it, (well maybe except the gubernment in some cases)

  • jrdobbsjr

    You don’t get it…when they suits refuse to answer the question it’s because they know the answer isn’t going to be to your liking.

  • senselocke

    “Comment From Guest: What’s the word on backwards compatibility with 360 games?

    Major Nelson (Larry Hryb): Xbox One hardware is not compatible with Xbox 360 games. We designed Xbox One to play an entirely new generation of games. Games are architected to take full advantage of the state of the art processors and infinite power of the cloud.”

    Taking full advantage of “state of the art processors” does not preclude emulation or including 360 hardware, and if the power of the cloud is infinite, why the hell can’t you emulate a 360?

    News flash, guys: I bought a 360 precisely because it had BC, and the PS3 just had it pulled. I’ve bought thousands of dollars worth of games since–150+ physical, 40+ arcade/indie–because you put a tiny bit of effort into Backwards Compatibility.

    Hell, I’d even accept always-on requirements if it came with a GUARANTEE to ALWAYS support games released, so I don’t need to worry what happens when you pull the plug on old consoles, and if you GUARANTEED to unlock all DRM for old consoles before you do pull the plug on them. Because then, well, I’ve have to be online–but my purchases and games would be secure and continue to have support. I wouldn’t have to worry.

    But having no BC and requiring verification, while preaching how powerful the cloud is, just tells me you never even tried. That’s what’s truly insulting.

    So, hey Major: What happens to all X1 purchases and games once you kill the X1 servers in 10 years? Do all my games become garbage?

  • senselocke

    We can only go on what we have, and what we have is patently offensive to most of us. If we don’t let M$ know, they won’t know we’re upset, and they won’t have time to fix or change it–being silent and waiting will actually hurt the brand in the long run. Feedback, if listened to, can always be constructive.

    As for servers… that’s nice, but not everyone plays online… hence the problem. In fact, around half the consoles sold have never been online–there are only 50 million online gamertags out of 80 million consoles. Taking into account consoles with multiple profiles (I have three online on my own), that’s less than half of all consoles that have ever been online. So it’s a nice feature for people that use it, but hardly a justification for people that don’t.

    Finally, you don’t get to use Netflix, Hulu, or Browsers as if they’re features–they’re 100% free on the PS4 and my phone, and Netflix and Hulu and Pandora are already on my BR players and TV. Microsoft offers nothing competitors don’t except an extra monthly fee to access what is free everywhere else.

    Unless E3 starts with “Just joking, everything about always online, mandatory kinect, used sales fees, mandatory Live Gold, and no BC has been scrapped”, it won’t matter what games they show. I’d rather they fixed these issues and knew they were upsetting well before E3.

  • demetreHG

    How much integration does Xbox One have with twitter and facebook have ? will there more ways to display more then just achievements on those sites ?

  • CyberneticHFX

    Regarding the Start and Back buttons of our new Xbox One Controller: The button on the left should be named and called as to be the Info Button – we can not call it Status Button, alone due to the inappropriate sense to it when accessing a map – map still applies to information – so that makes perfect sense. While the button on the right, which simply is the Menu Button, should be so called and named like that. Eh, and for accept command in software, we use always the A Button for Accept (Scratch the stupid START button – we do not want to press it for starting a thing, or applying to whatever), while the B Button for Back always goes back and/or declines, and/or skips ahead. Simplify this for the new generation. Gamers hate it when they had to press in variations/alternations between START and A for confirmations – when it had to be done with both of those buttons in the same software for followed-up required confirmations, for the gamer to either proceed, or skipping ahead, or both simultaneously. I am so sure this will help perfectly.

 

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