Some Fallout 4 Xbox mods are being stolen from the PC

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  1. Eor

    Eor First time out of the vault

    3
    Jul 3, 2016
    Yep, the game was such a let down for me.

    I'm not sure but I'm assuming that you would need one. Don't really know where Bethesda is going with this.
     
  2. Crni Vuk

    Crni Vuk M4A3 Oldfag oTO Orderite

    Nov 25, 2008
    To be honest, you can't blame people for expecting a game station, to well, just run games. That's why I would buy a console so I don't have to worry about all that hardware stuff, drivers, OS and installations. So I can't blame people completely for that. What's funny, is how the console got more and more like a PC, with patches, the internet and some kind of multiplayer platform.
     
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  3. Mr Fish

    Mr Fish Snug Rubber

    Sep 11, 2010
    Got Netflix and Youtube and shit too, don't they? Who was it that wanted to make their console into an all-around entertainment system for films, tv, music, internet, games etc? I distinctly remember that there was one of the big names that wanted their console to stop being about "just gaming" and become some kind of overexpensive army knife.
     
  4. Big No

    Big No Watch as I open and close this door

    709
    Oct 28, 2014
    Yeah that was Microsoft. They wanted the Xbox One to be a more "entertainment system" than a game system. They caught some flack for focusing on apps too much rather than games if I remember correctly. Honestly to me, the apps are more like conveniences should you want to do things like watch Youtube videos on your tv should your PC not be connected to a tv itself or stuff like that.
     
  5. Crni Vuk

    Crni Vuk M4A3 Oldfag oTO Orderite

    Nov 25, 2008
    I think the biggest problem was their always online connection concept.
     
  6. Shardik

    Shardik Still Mildly Glowing

    291
    Nov 5, 2015
    That, and basically forcing Kinect on you.

    ETA - their marketing of it was just terrible, too. The always connected requirement was a smokescreen for one of the most odious DRM schemes ever conceived, and once people started discovering that and pushing back, Microsoft, instead of listening to some of the complaints and coming up with some ideas to make it less noxious, came off with this haughty, arrogant, "We know what you want better than you do!" attitude that immediately blew up in their face.
     
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