Microsoft Changes It's Mind

        With E3 over with Microsoft still one more announcement left it has heard the backlash of its new DRM policy to block used game as well as lending the game disk to your friends.                                                                                                                

        Microsoft has backpedaled stated earlier today that the Xbox One will not be required to have an internet connection to play offline.  They have also removed the required 24 hour connective needed to play any game  except for a one-time set-up with a fresh out of the box Xbox One.  Microsoft also said that the trade-in, lend, resell, gift, and rent policy will still be the same as it is currently on the Xbox 360.   There will not be any regional restrictions.  Will this announcement be enough to help Xbox One climb out of the hold it dug itself.   

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