The Xbox One has not been having a good time of it. Not long after the console was launched, Microsoft revealed heavy restrictions around sharing games -- that is, games could only be transferred once between friends, a one-way, one-time only gift, and lending games was off the table at launch. Users would also be required to connect to the Internet at least once every 24 hours.
Amid massive fan backlash, Microsoft last month announced that it would be reversing these policies. Gamers would be able to trade, lend, resell, and rent games; and the Internet check-in and regional restrictions would be removed.
In return, however, some new features would be lost -- notably, the ability to access your digital games library from any Xbox One using your Live log-in details, and the ability to share your digital library with 10 friends.
Now, a new petition has surfaced on Change.org to put the Xbox One back the way it was.… Read more