Xbox Game Pass isn’t the Netflix of anything


After a lengthy preview period for insiders and Xbox Gold members, Microsoft’s Game Pass service went live for all users on June 1st. The service allows Xbox One owners to subscribe and download over 100 games for $10. I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks now, and after being excited to try the so-called “Netflix of games,” I’ve since learned the moniker is far from accurate. Services like Netflix rely on a constant internet connection to allow users to enjoy a massive librabry of content. Xbox Game Pass just requires you to download the games and come back…

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