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Since the start of the year Microsoft has had a pretty rough year with Adam ‘Deal With It’ Orth’s unwelcome outburst followed by a lackluster Xbox One announcement and the controveries which followed in the weeks thereafter until the post-E3 reversals.
The console’s launch is almost here so let’s look back with GIFs.
February – Will the Xbox One have DRM, will it not? Will it be always online?
March – These rumours are getting pretty nasty, guys. Microsoft needs to clear things up.
April – Deal With It. Does this mean the worst?
May – The Xbox One is revealed.
June – Great games at E3 yet Sony still won.
But later that month most of the controversial policies were abandoned.
July – Games With Gold launches, only… the titles on offer aren’t particularly great or recent.
August – Turns out anyone will eventually be able to develop games for Xbox One, but why wait so long to tell us?
But at least Microsoft Points were abolished at last.
September – Microsoft turns up at the Tokyo Game Show; still believing it can make it in Japan.
October – Turns out Titanfall will be exclusive to Microsoft’s platforms forever.
November – The Xbox One is here!
It’s only two weeks. We can make it, right?
On second thoughts… that’s a long time.
Especially everyone is streaming their gameplay and taking pictures of the box.
Not to mention the guy who got a PS4 and then smashed it.
I mean, if you’re going to wreck one at least shoot it while recording the footage in slow motion.
So yes America, destroy your perfectly good consoles while we watch from afar and cringe.
At least by testing PSN out on PS4 in North America first they’ll have all the kinks worked out of it by the time the European launch rolls around. Right?
But the outlook probably isn’t good.
And all the while, your North American friends are being all next-gen and stuff.
It could feel like a very long time.
But it’s better than the five month delay for the PS3, isn’t it?
We’ll need something to keep ourselves distracted.
In the meantime; here’s Shuhei Yoshida doing his impression of Antonio Banderas – the unwitting face of the PlayStation 4.