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Our goal is for Xbox One to be the hub for games and entertainment in your living room. It’s a future where everyone in your home has a personalized account with all the content they love front and center. To do that, we had to think about how the system would work and thrive in one of the busiest rooms in the house that many people share. We wanted to create a system that was highly personalized but also social. It’s about celebrating your individual tastes but also making it welcoming and easy for people to share. Here’s what that looks like.

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Shoutouts to paulerxx for the original IGN link in the Xbox headset thread, but the MS page went a bit more in-depth and I figured this is big enough news to warrant its own thread, especially since MS hasn't released any info before this since removing the DRM and always online connection.

I do hate the fact that it's Live Gold, but it makes the $60 a year more worth it now. Just make Hulu and Netflix available to silver members and I'll throw the 500 up. I got money to blow.
Edited by Athrun Zala - 8/9/13 at 1:18pm
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Our goal is for Xbox One to be the hub for games and entertainment in your living room. It’s a future where everyone in your home has a personalized account with all the content they love front and center. To do that, we had to think about how the system would work and thrive in one of the busiest rooms in the house that many people share. We wanted to create a system that was highly personalized but also social. It’s about celebrating your individual tastes but also making it welcoming and easy for people to share. Here’s what that looks like.

SOURCE

Shoutouts to paulerxx for the original IGN link in the Xbox headset thread, but the MS page went a bit more in-depth and I figured this is big enough news to warrant its own thread, especially since MS hasn't released any info before this since removing the DRM and always online connection.

I do hate the fact that it's Live Gold, but it makes the $60 a year more worth it now. Just make Hulu and Netflix available to silver members and I'll throw the 500 up. I got money to blow.
It can be $50 a year and go on discounts. It is ridiculous that Netflix and Hulu are gold only tho.
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