Microsoft Angers Gamers With Xbox One Restrictions

Microsoft Corp. has touched a nerve with gamers, and rival Sony Corp. hopes to exploit the situation.

The Redmond, Wash., software giant last week irked the gaming community by disclosing restrictions associated with how game discs for its forthcoming Xbox One console will be resold, lent or shared with friends. Microsoft also said the Xbox One, which is being released in November, would be required to connect to the Internet at least once per day.

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