And the highlighted are exclusives while the rest can be played on other platforms. Which is what was clearly being referred to when the statement was made. But then again, there is not much to expect from a warrior trying desperately to dismiss reality and push strawman arguments.
What's truly desperate is downplaying Game Pass' massive success and coming into a thread that debunks your shitty narrative to scream "bu-but where's the profits
? Wheres the exclusives
?!?" and then tell all the people who are thoroughly enjoying Game Pass that they're
the desperate ones.
The crazy part is that Game Pass is doing so good and getting so much praise in what is most likely the last down year Xbox will have in a very long time, and it's making many of y'all visibly upset. I wonder what early 2023 will do to you guys when these massive games start dropping, the ABK deal closes and Family Game Pass launches. Gonna be a rough gen for some, it seems.
Until you realise it's mostly the xbox fans talking about $10 surcharges, and $70 games, and "Sony's gamepass" strategy.
Bold faced lie, but not surprising coming from you. There's a metric ton of Playstation centric websites or content creators talking about these things, most noticeably as of late
the GaaS focus and day/date PC games, many of which are adamantly against these things. From random no-name fanboys to PlayStation journalists like Moriarity. Jim Ryan is a massive talking point in PS circles, for better or worse.
Meanwhile, no Xbox fan
is coming into Game Pass threads crying about "muh profits!" That's almost strictly derived from insecure rats downplaying Game Pass success, and there's hundreds of receipts for this one.
Nice try, though.
I thought a crap ton of people said everyone was paying $1 and therefor it was unsustainable? Strangely not a lot of the $1 posters posting now that they were wrong, it's weird.
Oh, they're here. Just singing a different tune and moving dem goalposts.