Microsoft unveiled their next generation console, Xbox One, on Tuesday during a special pre-E3 press conference. Although there was a lot of hype building up to the conference, many gamers and members of the media have expressed a lot of disappointment with what Microsoft showed.
The conference wasn't actually as bad as people are making things out to be, however. Many people are making a mountain out of a molehill and complaining about things that should be non-issues. For example, why is there so much talk about whether or not Xbox One has to always be online? The people complaining about this are the same people who have an online connection (if they didn't, they wouldn't be online to complain about it). Why do you care then?
Some have said there are lots of people around the globe that don't have an always online internet connection, but that doesn't affect you now does it? You don't need to complain about some imaginary person not being able to play an Xbox One. You'll be able to play it just fine. Why would something that doesn't affect you whatsoever somehow influence your purchasing decision? Not to mention the fact Microsoft has already said these rumors were false and Xbox One doesn't require an always online connection anyway.
Here are five other reasons people should stop complaining about the Xbox One press conference: