My name is Rob and I have been an owner of the original Xbox and the Xbox 360. I loved both systems and since the original Xbox, I have been a loyal Xbox fan.
Back to the very first Halo, I was mesmerized by what Microsoft had accomplished and was genuinely excited for what the future held for Xbox. When the 360 came out, I was not disappointed. In fact, that system exceeded my expectations. It was a beautiful piece of hardware and I absolutely loved the Xbox community. Fast forward to this last December. It was not just the holidays for everybody else with Christmas on the horizon, but it was also the month of my birth. For my 31st Birthday I wanted to give Playstation a chance. I am a bit of a nerd and was also an avid windows PC gamer and when I heard that the PS4 was "more powerful" than Xbox One, I wanted to give it a shot.
I am sad to say that I was wrong. So. Very. Wrong. With still some of the best game franchises exclusice to Xbox One, the introduction of the power of the cloud actually being implemented into a real game coming soon and the news of a brand new dashboard (Which looks absolutely gorgrous by the way) with a little help from Windows 10, I am once again stoked for the future of Xbox and reinvigorated with console gaming in a way I haven't felt since I was a kid. In a way that Playstation hasn't satisfied me.
But I now have a problem. I have physical copies of games but also downloadable games on my PS4 and if I go to gamestop, I will get pennies on the dollar for my physical copies of my games and nothing for my downloaded games on PSN. I feel so upset. One because this was something I could have prevented by buying an Xbox One as I had bought the last two Xbox consoles. And two. I just feel like a complete idiot. I want to apologize to Microsoft not trusting how awesome you would make the next generation Xbox. A Microsoft employee may or may not ever read this plea. But I beg of you consider letting me trade in me and my wife's PS4s and all our games, and give me the credits on the Xbox Store online to download all my games over again, but this time on the best console in the world, and I promise I will never stray from Xbox ever again.
Thank You for listening even if you decide to decline my proposal. Keep up the great work guys and girls at Microsoft. Maybe someday I'll be able to switch back to you, I just don't have the money right now. To the forum community, please don't judge me too harshly. I made a mistake. A big mistake, and I'm sorry.