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  1. durera says:

    Always on/always online refe1 to the co1ole being designed to never be fully “turned off”, much like your iPhone or NAS devices, it&1quo;ll run in a low power mode, and still be able to send/recieve data over a network. The tweet that sparked this “journalistic” hissy fit across gaming blogs said absolutely nothing about “always on DRM”. The comments on twitter were clearly referring to an always on/always on device.nI am absolutely sick of this manufactured story now, I wonder whether it&1quo;s through ignorance or a deliberate ploy to generate page views on behalf of so-called journalists … your opening paragraph says all that needs to be said about this entire episode where you straight up admit that you have absolutely no reason at all to believe that always on DRM is part of the next xbox. Still, never let facts get in the way of page views, eh?nThe sad thing is now that no-one is reporting what was actually said, the blogs tell us that it&1quo;s all about DRM, and that you won&1quo;t be able to play games offline and clearly no-one is interested in what was actually said, which was nothing of the sort. Hoped Polygon were actually going to buck the trend and stick to the facts i1tead of fabricating panic about evil DRM just because “always online” was mentioned.nYour smartphone is always online, and guess what folks you can play your games when you have no internet connection because an always online device does not mean always online DRM.nI&1quo;m not saying MS won&1quo;t do always online DRM, companies are always doing stupid stuff, so maybe they will, but please let&1quo;s wait until there&1quo;s some evidence to support always online DRM before kicking up a fuss about it. In the meantime why not think about what impact having an always on/always online co1ole will have on the next generation, because that&1quo;s what this story should be about, even if it won&1quo;t drive as many page views as “OMG ALWAYS ON DRM IS EVIL AND IT&1quo;S COMING TO GET YOUR CONSOLE”

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