March 21st 2014 3:28 pm PT

MNR 504: ID at Xbox, GDC and Marc Whitten

Host: Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson (Xbox LIVE ) (Twitter)

Co-host : lollip0p (Xbox LIVE) (Twitter)

Co-host : Rubes (Xbox LIVE) (Twitter)

Guests:

Interview: Marc Whitten (21:43-36:58)

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Duration (approx): 00:58:29

File Size (approx): 26.83 MB

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  • Charles

    Marc, Major, Phil, and the rest of the Xbox team I just want to congratulate you on doing a great job with the Xbox brand. The new X1 is really awesome now with all of the new updates. It has a lot of great features. It’s fast and smooth. I really like the U.I. on it. There have been some great gaming times I have had on all three of the Xbox consoles. From sharing Halo Combat Evolved on the first Xbox with my brothers as kids, to playing Madden leagues with friends and family online with 360, to countless Halo Wars matches, many great single player experiences and online matches, and now I’m enjoying and excited to see what’s in store for the Xbox One. I more than get my money’s worth out of Xbox.

    • Charles

      I didn’t want to make the previous post too long. One of the specific things that I wanted to say about the X1 is that I like how while I’m waiting in a lobby for a Titanfall match I can go surf the web or look at my achievements in a big full screen colorful version of them. At when the match is ready I can quickly switch back to the game or between apps.

      And also Titanfall is really really good! It stays interesting

      • Charles

        Gameply. It stays interesting and exciting. It doesn’t get repetitive.

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

    Major – im sorry to bring this to you but xbox support couldn’t help nor could Konami
    Metal gear solid ground zero is meant to work with smart glass but for some reason it not working at all it acts like it doesn’t exist even though it does

  • ImTheMetalLord

    “1001 Spikes” by Nicalis
    “Calibre 10 Racing Series” by Bongfish GmbH
    “CastleStorm” by Zen Studios
    “Chariot” by Frima
    “Chuck’s Challenge 3D” by Niffler
    “Contrast” by Compulsion Games
    “Divekick Addition Edition +” by Iron Galaxy Studios
    “Forced” by BetaDwarf ApS
    “FRU” by Through Games
    “Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition” by DrinkBox Studios
    “Gunscape” by Blowfish Studios
    “Habitat” by 4gency
    “Hyper Light Drifter” by Heart Machine
    “It Draws a Red Box” by Other Ocean
    “Nutjitsu” by NinjaBee
    “Pinball Arcade” by FarSight Studios
    “Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut” by Toxic Games
    “Riptide GP2” by Vector Unit
    “Roundabout” by No Goblin
    “Sixty Second Shooter Prime” by Happion Laboratories
    Spectra: 8bit Racing” by Gateway Interactive
    “Strike Suit Zero” by Born Ready Games
    “Super Time Force” by Capybara
    “The Last Tinker” by Mimimi Productions
    “Wulverblade” by Darkwind Media

  • https://twitter.com/Ganon255 Ganon255

    Good luck Marc, you always seemed like a legit gamer to me

  • Digiadam

    Strange….cannot find on iTunes. Did you upload it to iTunes?

  • Sanpei

    Titanfall Bundle = $450….Something is not right…

    Curse of Kinect and useless Tv thing ?

  • QBRT55

    Major,

    When is the voice control going to improve?

    It was probably the biggest letdown for me. I had Dragon Naturally Speaking on my laptop in 2004, and as primitive as it was, it exceeded the capabilities and quality of the X1’s system here in 2014, ten years later.

    The Xbox does a decent job with things in the direct system UI that it was specifically designed and programmed for, but almost completely fails when it comes to situations that require it to actually listen for things on the fly. Internet Explorer is a prime example, sometimes it is nearly impossible to get it to interpret you correctly. 100% failure rate over 20 attempts is pretty pathetic given your competition from Google Now and Siri.

 
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