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Is the Xbox One Launching Too Late? Plus: Why Indie Games Were The Best Thing at PAX!

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Is the Xbox One Launching Too Late? Plus: Why Indie Games Were The Best Thing at PAX!

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  1. Hey Adam, is that Nintendoland resting there on top of your 360 console? So that's what you do in your spare time.

  2. 5:48 Do you seriously think that a 1 to 3 week difference in launch dates is being 'caused' by unfinished software? Seriously? You're not speculating. You're grasping at straws!

  3. that's an stupid argument, most of this companies are not related to the gaming industry directly. And he has bills to paid just like everyone else.

  4. HOLY SHIT, the ads for sponsors in these videos are sickening. Advertising around a video is one thing (banners etc), but to devote extended time praising a product within the video is ludicrous. If the video needed a significant budget, I could understand, but it's one guy talking with simple editing. Aka rev3 and Adam Sessler are agreeing to support a product simply because the company pays them to do so. JOURNALISM CAN'T WORK VIA BRIBERY. It destroys all credibility, wake up people.

  5. hey Adam did you go to voice college or something? You speak so fluidly and I just love listening to your opinions; i mean even if you said the moon was made out of cheese you could make it sound believable.

  6. so they stand the most chance for taking bigger risks on new IP's because they can take the bigger risks an they haven't got a brand investment yet.

  7. I'm very tech savvy, an I see it as very unrealistic for another console generation to be possible unless they target a hardcore market that wish to pay a high price, not only that but the definition of what a console should be is changing an converging so it's becoming very obsolete. When it comes to the Games current business models just aren't going to work because the budgets are becoming to large an unless that company is willing to take risks. Small developers aren't restricted the same

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