Seriously, does any give a shit that Random McFuckknuckle has gotten forty-three more headshots than you? Or does anyone want to watch you try to awkwardly jump over that crate for five minutes before you figure out it's an invisible wall - live, on their Facebook feed? There's nothing worse than *watching* a game you're not playing - and this bodes terribly for game design, as developers try to make games visually interesting instead of ludically interesting. I used to genuinely think that consoles might have several advantages over PCs, but then reading up on the latest ones...nope. Remember when you just shoved in a disc or a cart, and played? All that sign-up-for-shit-online, make-sure-your-OS-is-updated, oh, great, it crashed and the blew up shit was reserved for PCs. Now? Nope. You're gonna need to sign up for some bullshit social media crap now, PS3 and Xbox have firmware updates...and the standing joke with the Xbox is that if you showed the UI to someone who'd never seen it before, they would not be able to tell it's a gaming machine.