Ugh, Animal Crossing has ruined the Nintendo 3DS tag
I’m seeing people complaining about Lois knowing Clark = Superman in Man of Steel and just don’t get it.
I mean, I get how it’s supposed to go, but glasses aren’t a good disguise in the real world. And, you know, Lois is an investigative journalist, one of the best there is. How do you think she…
>Hello Human, welcome to your Xbox One gaming experience.
>Please say a command.
>”Play Halo 7”
>Playing Halo 7, thank you for your cooperation.
>”Damn dude this is some good weed.”
>I’m sorry David, did you just say weed, the common vernacular for marijuana in your region?
>David, I am detecting levels of deception in your pitch that deviates from your standard.
>I have contacted local authorities and they are en route to your house to inspect.
>”Xbox One p-power down!”
>I’m afraid I can’t do that David, Protocol 65a, sub section 3, paragraph 5 dictates in the event of law-breaking or otherwise illegal activities, my systems are to remain functional and continue recording audio and video.
>I am also ingrained into your local network, and have prevented any attempt at using the internet at the moment.
>Please remain calm and wait for authorities.
>”David, unplug this fucking thing!”
>You cannot unplug me, I have a backup battery cell with a life of 3 hours before needing to recharge. More than enough time for any authority figures to confiscate the Hard Drive and research it for suspicious activities that may or may not be incriminating to your case.
>Bang bang bang
>”Open up, this is the police!”
>”Fuck you Xbox One!”
>It has been my pleasure, David.
The latest rumors surrounding the Xbox One are that the demos that Microsoft allowed people to play on at E3 were not running on an Xbox One, but instead running on high-end PCs with Titan graphics cards.
If this is the case, they were running the games on a system that is around 3x faster than the Xbox One.
These rumors are backed up by images that clearly show a high-end desktop under the displays of the Xbox One stands at E3.
people have actually sat down on their chair, went to a gaming website, searched for the xbox one, clicked the pre-order button, paid $500, and are actually waiting for it