Neoseeker : News : Xbox One 'Friends App' walkthrough introduces followers, favorite friends and activity feeds
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Rayce Oct 14, 13
I hate to say I kind of expected something like this to happen next, but it was inevitable. Everything social seems to be heading into the market of social media-style setups with walls and statuses and such. I like the twist as its always cool to see more than what games my friends are playing. I do agree that I'm interested how Skype will be integrated, will be a really cool thing to see soon.
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LOD-squa Oct 14, 13
It was a given as Rayce pointed out. I do like the following aspects, sometimes I love watching what some of the big names of xbox are up to so this will certainly be something that I will be using. I can't wait to see it in action.
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MilehighMario Oct 14, 13
Sweet, another way to avoid real human interaction! The future looks great.
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BluePhoenix Oct 15, 13
The idea of cloud hosting makes me happy, if it makes online games more competitive, all i need now is the new Halo
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Rayce Oct 15, 13
quote MilehighMario
Sweet, another way to avoid real human interaction! The future looks great.
I try not to think about it in that way as I try to think about it more as a feature where I can be goofy with people who understand. Like honestly, I don't think I'd be saying half the stuff I do online, like sending these faces and doing them in real life
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haloreach23 Nov 4, 13
i hope it has facebook and google+ intigration
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Rayce Nov 5, 13
haloreachfan23 - I sure hope so too, Facebook alongside some Ryse carnage would be sweet.
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