Xbox One reminder about game sharing & trading policies

Just in case you weren’t crystal clear as to what Microsoft’s DRM reversal for the Xbox One meant, they’ve created the infographic below to try and explain some of the benefits of what’s been dubbed the “Xbox 180 policy reversal”. As you can see, it’s designed to emphasize that the Xbox One is “your choice”, […]

Microsoft reverses DRM and internet policies for Xbox One

Microsoft has reversed it’s DRM policies for the PS4’s direct competitor, the Xbox One. Today it announced disc-based games will now be tradable without restriction (just like today with the Xbox 360) and that an internet connection will not be required to play offline games (with no corresponding requirement to “check-in” every 24 hours). Wow. Good […]

Microsoft 180s on DRM policy for Xbox One

Microsoft has just completed a stunning 180 on its digital rights management (DRM) policy for the Xbox One. You will no longer need a connection to the internet to play offline games and there is no requirement at all to connect to Microsoft servers every 24 hours. In addition, all disc-based games will be used […]