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Or maybe Apple should just implement RCS, and then no one on Android has to install any Apple crap?
Seriously, I got a free 6 months of Apple TV on my PS5, and the hoops I had to jump through to manage the account were ridiculous. I FINALLY found a web interface to manage my credit card info, but that was after I was directed to install iTunes on my PC (hahaha, NO!—I’ve been through that before) install Apple Music on my Android phone—I tried that and it didn’t let me log in because I’m not subscribed to the service.
If you don’t already live in their ecosystem, Apple makes it a nightmare to do anything basic.
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For me, I take one look at Microsoft’s catalog of exclusives and Sony’s and Sony’s wins hands-down. I’m mostly into 3rd person action adventure games, and I don’t have much use for 1st person shooters or online competition in general.
I’ve got nothing against Microsoft, but the type of game they tend to make isn’t as attractive to me as the type of game Sony makes.
Where’s Microsoft’s competition to Horizon: Zero Dawn, Ghost of Tsushima, God of War, Kena, The Last of Us 1 & 2, Uncharted, etc.? Sure, there are 3rd party games available on Xbox like Assassin’s Creed, Tomb Raider, Jedi Fallen Order, etc., but those are also available on PlayStation.
Tunic looks interesting, but if I play that, it’ll probably be on PC (or Switch, if they eventually bring it there). Everwild has potential, but at this point, we don’t know what kind of game it’ll be.