by Erik Johnsen
Anybody who has been closely following the New Xbox Experience due to be launched on November 19 already knows that the Netflix sharing feature promoted at E3 won’t be part of the launch.
Today another feature was struck down from the list for launch. The Xbox Live Primetime won’t be available until next Spring (as will the Netflix sharing). The first show to be featured on Primetime was to be 1 vs. 100 with real-world prizes, although little has been revealed about the feature since.
Found on Gamasutra:
Xbox Live Primetime is being produced in conjunction with television production house Endemol – the company behind programs such as Big Brother, Deal or No Deal, 1 vs 100 and Fear Factor. The programmed series of games are to feature real-world prizes and live moderation.
So, it appears there will a little less bang for the launch this November as Microsoft has been said to be concentrating on the new dashboard functionality and avatar features.