Xbox One Is Coming To Japan
Everything is bigger in Japan... when it comes from America. The big black box from Microsoft finally gets a release window. Microsoft rolled out the rest of the Xbox One's roadmap for the release of the Xbox One in more than 26 different countries. Maybe by the time that the Xbox One launches in Japan there will actually be games worth buying for it... especially from Walmart. That's right, mega-corporation Walmart is getting into the used-game business, making it easy for gamers to trade and purchase new and old games alike. You might have to buy used games to save up some cash in order to buy custom controllers from Controller Chaos, a specialty online store that offers users customized controller modding for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

EA & Microsoft Nominated For Worst Company In America
The two big software giants find themselves sharing equal footing in the nomination for the Worst Company in America for 2014. While there are plenty of people striking up in arms about the inclusion of Microsoft and EA on the list, it doesn't change the fact that there are a ton of pissed off and angry gamers who don't like the way they've been treated in the consumer space. Speaking of consumers... Sony wants to keep giving gamers what they want, which is why they're adding HDCP-off options in their next update. At least on the PC space you don't have to worry about a lot of that crap, as company's like Good Old Games is all pro-consumer. Well, of course, you would still have to watch out for fake beta keys for Grand Theft Auto V. But that's about it.

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