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Microsoft's chief of interactive entertainment, Don Mattrick admits the xbox one was a "flop"

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Glad they can admit it.

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So glad I watched that video.  I don't see enough of it anymore.

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I got fuggin Rick Rolled!!!

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Damn you...it has been a while for me too.

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