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Xbox 720 Won’t Play Games, Has 9 Rams, Always Sometimes Online, More Rumors

By Travis | April 22, 2013 at 11:38 pm

The latest Xbox 720 rumors spell big changes for fans of Microsoft’s console, as the system is said to be incompatible with Xbox 720 games. Rumors of incompatibility with Xbox 360 games and with used games had been popular and somewhat expected, but now the rumors have advanced. It seems the system will not be able to play video games:
-From discs
-From downloads
-From streaming services

It has also been revealed that the nextbox will require an online connection for all applications, and that such a connection will be free, except for when it is connected, which will be always. The connection will be optional when not using the Xbox, but mandatory when it is considered a requirement.

Microsoft will be supporting our troops by cutting out the USB ports and instead favoring USA ports. The press release described the decision:

“U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A.”

Finally, the next Xbox will be powerful. How powerful? So powerful. Not only will it have 9 rams and a “harder drive,” but the system will be incompatible with common electricity outlets in favor of the most powerful source in our galaxy: the sun. Microsoft is reaching for the stars — literally — with this machine, making it completely solar-powered.

Our inside sources have confirmed that the next Xbox will make its debut at E3, unless it doesn’t, in which case we’re willing to bet that it won’t. If it does, you can bet that it will. We’re predicting that it either will or won’t, probably for sure.

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Topics: Humor, Pro Game Journalism