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GameStop "Get The Facts" Marketing Initiative Addresses Xbox One Backpedal

Posted on Monday, October 7 @ 13:46:58 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Despite the fact that Microsoft has since gone back and changed a whole lot of policies surrounding the Xbox One, apparently a lot of consumers still think the console is far more restrictive than it actually is.

A source close to IGN provided the following image of GameStop's marketing materials. "Get the facts" below.



For those still confused as to what Microsoft's next-gen console can and can't do, GameStop has created a webpage that lays it all out. I wonder how much of an issue consumer confusion will be when the box launches next month. Do you think it will prove problematic for Microsoft? Let us know in the comments below.

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