I don’t get the drama around having an “‘always on” console. Every device now is “always on”. That’s the world we live in. #dealwithit-Adam Orth
Hmmmm…..hmmmm…hmmmm…acting like a jerk to your client’s userbase on Twitter (which is also used for PR purposes by a lot of companies…like your client…while claiming to represent your client)?
Reasons why you might want offline capabilities:
- power goes out, taking your internet with it.
- You’re out of the house and don’t have a mobile connection.
- You’re playing a single player game and…how many times do you need internet for single player?
- you DO have mobile internet, but don’t want to pay the data fees while your game does its giant downloads