When the Xbox One first unveiled, the system's DRM (like its mandatory online check-ins) immediately drew the internet's ire. The Xbox One/Xbox One & Done/Xbone/etc. became a joke overnight, and Sony was quick to capitalize on the negative press. After a humiliating E3 shut down, Microsoft pulled an Xbox One-Eighty and reversed the system's DRM stance, removing the maligned features and policies. Everyone applauded this decision. Well, okay, not everyone. This is the internet, after all. Expert Reviews Needless to say, Microsoft has yet to respond. So, GBAtemp, why aren't you demanding that Microsoft limit your ability to use your console as you wish? Sure, you could mention pesky things like "freedom", but then you're forgetting the ultimate freedom - the freedom from freedom itself. Think about it, I haven't.