I remember the days when Xbox 360 was first being released.. Microsoft boosted their console's great PLAYABILITY, with it's achievements adding to how long the games would last. As well as the next-gen experience, and high end graphics. Everyone know that for the best video gaming experience, Microsoft was the one to give their money to. These great characteristics in the actual games and quality of the online co-operative/versus experience is what drew me to the Xbox 360, and eventually become a tried and true customer. I can honestly say I've probably spent over $1,000 on things video game or Xbox related.
More recently, at E3 for instance, Microsoft focuses on their new Xbox Glass (Is that what their calling it?) and it's compatibility to your Xbox 360. Now don't get me wrong, these new inventions do seem intriguing, however it is most definitely NOT what I'm looking for. They show that you can bring your Netflix movie from your Xbox 360 to your Microsoft tablet/cell phone. What happened to the VIDEO GAME experience?!? If I want to watch a movie, I'll do it with my blue-ray player, or my tablet in the first place. I'll most likely even just plug my HDMI cord from my tablet to my TV and do it that way. My Xbox 360 does not need these features, I will never use them!
Microsoft should focus on improving the quality or ability of their games. We want to play bigger, more intricate games. Battlefield 3 had a hard time containing everything, and they even had to put it on two sepreate discs! Minecraft cannot update as often as wanted because of the strict policies of the arcade marketplace. These are all limiting varibles that can be improved, and there are many others as well!
I know I speak for some people I've talked to over Xbox Live, as well as myself. However, I think I speak for much of the Xbox community, in that our GAMES should be improved, not our compatibility with tablets, or the apps, and many other medias for that matter. the console is for VIDEO GAMES, not movies, shows, internet radios, or things of that sort. Thank You.