Dec 11, 2013 at 12:57PM EST
We already have an article about Xbox. If you are indenting to make it about the phrase “XBone”, which I will say I have seen quite a bit, forces more on that. However, I do not know if that phrase alone merits more than a slight mention on the Xbox page. However, given the huge amount of backlash from the announcement of the “features” on the Xbox One, I think an independent article (being well done) could be done about the “Xbox One Backlash”. Either way, needs a lot of work.
Dec 11, 2013 at 07:34PM EST in reply to Jacob
Do you gain anything by being a fanboy? Microsoft could care less if 1 person continues to buy their systems or not, it doesn’t matter if you don’t want this article to be posted on the xbox page because it makes them look bad, they damage has been done, even after the reversal on their policies that started the poplularity of the name. I posted pics and videos comparing it with PS4 because it help the name to become more popular, it is not relevant if the phrase appeals more to PS fans, I posted as “xbone” because that’s how other gamers write it , I never seen anyone say “Xbox One Backlash”. I created this entry because I was curious why people call it this way and I found it important due to how much controversy it created that even Microsoft itself bought the name.I went to research where did the name comes from and why it became popular. I was hoping that curious people come here to learn the origins of this phrase, not fans of the consoles to come here and try to hide the mistakes of the company. It doesn’t matter what how much you omit the phrase on 1 web site you can’t undo the damage Microsoft inflicted on itself.
Dec 11, 2013 at 07:55PM EST in reply to Daisuke117
The only consoles I own are: NES, Wii, and Wii U (and technically the last is my brother’s). I’m not trying to hide the Phrase “XBone” in any way shape or form. By all means make an article about why people hated the Xbox One when it was announced: I was one of the many people who disliked most of the “features” it was announced to have (even though I never really had intention of buying it to begin with). I personally think, though, that “Xbox One Backlash” would be a better title if you are covering the reason why people dislike the “XBone”, as is tells the reader exactly what the article is about. By all means, include the history and origin on the phrase “XBone” in the article. I was just stating personal opinion that “XBone” as a stand alone phrase might not be enough to merit its own article on its own, and that an article about why people hated the Xbox one after its announcement would be better.
Dec 11, 2013 at 09:25PM EST in reply to Daisuke117
“fanboy” “comparing it with PS4” “appeals more to PS fans” The irony cannot be explained.
Dec 14, 2013 at 08:01PM EST in reply to Kebab Removal Unit
You third-world tar-baby gaybox fanboys keep omitting terms that you don’t see fit out of your TV/social media bullshit/ 15-inch overpriced BLACK camera-loving page. How about you go home and ask you xbox “xbox, why don’t I have any friends?” *NSA worker watching you through Kinnect* “Don’t worry I will always be you friend, I will even watch you 24/7”
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