prowl123 wrote:I don't know about you but I don't carry my console around with me. I leave it on the floor at home.
Exactly, and do you really want Big Brother watching you from there? I know I don't.
prowl123 wrote:Honestly, if you're going to buy a friggin Xbox to play offline you're just straight-up stupid. It was designed for multiplayer and interaction between people over the internet. It kind of needs an internet connection.
And if single player games didn't exist, you might have a point. And I'd start listing off hugely successful games that didn't feature multiplayer (Bioshock Infinite leaps to mind the quickest, so there you go; Arkham City and Skyrim followed close behind) but looking at your uh..."arguments" so far, you'd just brush them off in favor of uh..."games" like Call of Duty.
But boy oh boy, that's just "straight-up stupid" of me to enjoy those games for the rich single-player experience, huh? But yeah, go back to your Call of Duty: Rehashed Ops 5 or whatever.
prowl123 wrote:No it does not transmit what you do the government.
Yes it does, Microsoft confirmed as much.
prowl123 wrote:How is it an invasion of privacy?
By transmitting what you're doing to the US Government. I know this is a bit complicated for you, but try to keep up.
prowl123 wrote:Turn it to look at the wall when you're done playing, problem solved.
Oh, brilliant idea! Genius! Oh wait, it's only working while I'm playing. That fact that it's doing it at all is a serious issue.
prowl123 wrote:The Wii failed for my generation since nobody my age (15) gives a SHIZZLESNIT about Nintendo. Maybe you older people do since you most likely grew up with Nintendo, but I can't stand the Wii and in my eyes, if failed.
Your generation isn't the dividing line between success and failure, nor is your opinion of the console. Sales are, and Wii out-shined both of its competitors.
prowl123 wrote:I'm **** done with this website.
It's not our fault you decided to fight the console wars by ignoring facts and replacing them with provable falsehoods, subjectivity, and blatant insults.