Posted on 13 June 17 at 04:28, Edited on 13 June 17 at 04:30 by KnoellThroni360 said:Knoell said:For some reason in your mind, a consumer can grab a PS4, and a $500 PC (HA!) and be all set, but then getting an Xbox One would be crossing the line! Console overload! The reason is called "Play anywhere". Alle future Xbox games are also released on PC. That's two platforms which makes it not exclusive anymore. It doesn't matter whether someone likes PC or Xbox better. It's stupid to list a bunch of PC games as a reason to buy a Xbox.WHAT benefit does Xbox + PC bring? Play anywhere is a joke and has no real life relevance.So now Xbox has to beat Sony and PC with exclusives, but Sony just partners with a PC to get it all. Love it.Millions of people buy an Xbox One for the simplicity, ease of use, plug and play, and distinct use of a console. Play anywhere is a fantastic feature that gives you a free copy of the game to play on PC. I can't believe you are complaining about that. That is good fan service. Let them sort out if it is bad for business, but I can tell you it absolutely isn't. I actually bought a game digitally from them just so I would have a copy for my console and PC rather than a hard copy. Exclusives aren't consumer friendly and it is actually a good thing for the Consumer in the long run that Microsoft has less, but yes less business for them and Xbox users miss out on some of them. That doesn't change the fact that it would be best if there were no exclusives at all. Could you imagine both consoles having to fight with each other based on the great features they offer rather than which game they blocked their opponent from getting?