Earlier, we reported that the Xbox One: Day One Edition is currently sold out at Best Buy. Now, the Xbox One: Day One Edition is also sold out on Amazon. Check out the photos below for visual proof.
Though that's exactly the kind of good news that Microsoft wants to hear after its used games, DRM and consumer relations debacles, it's not all roses for the Redmond, Wash., company.
On Tuesday, we reported Naoki Yoshida, director of "Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn," criticized Microsoft's position on cross-platform play in an interview with RPGSite. Win some, lose some.
What do you think of the Xbox One: Day One Edition selling out at Best Buy and Amazon? Are you surprised? Why or why not? Did you preorder or do you plan to preorder the Xbox One? Why or why not? Do you prefer the PS4 or the Xbox One? Sound off in the comments below.
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