this was interesting, he doesn't know for sure either way and is guessing/assuming so please don't take this as fact...
There was a report last week where Microsoft claimed that the Xbox One will become more powerful with the use of cloud services. Blow thinks this is bullshit and in a series of tweets he criticizes Microsoftís business strategy for the Xbox One.
In another tweet he questions the business strategy for Xbox One and he does not like when companies lie contemptuously.
He further claims that each of the servers are actually virtual and he himself can can make 10,000 servers per host. Apparently, he thinks this is all a lie. (For your information: In Virtual Servers, multiple customers are hosted together on a single server and each of them share the total resources. This is unlike the dedicated server where each customer is allocated a set number of resources which is normally more compared to a Virtual server).
However, there is no confirmation on whether Microsoft will be using virtual servers, so we have to go by what Blow says above.
He does make sense in many ways though. What if your internet connection goes off and you are disconnected to the cloud? Will the Xbox One be able to render advance physics or other complex simulations in such a scenario? Many such confusing questions remain. Letís hope that Microsoft clears the dust at E3.
Is he onto something or just allowing his general hate for MS cloud his opinion/objectivity?