SALT ON AN OPEN WOUND...
Well, the XBOX One has been revealed, and we know plenty about the new console, including the fact that it's NOT Backwards Compatible w/ 360 games, and most-likely won't be able to play your "older" XBOX Live titles either.
BUT there's a bit more to add to the pre-release ranting, as Microsoft has responded(FINALLY) to the USED GAMES question.
When asked if NEW Games have to be Installed on your console, and if it was mandatory--the company had this to say:
“‘On the new Xbox, all game discs are installed to the HDD to play,’ the company responded in an emailed statement. Sounds mandatory to us.”
Going a bit more, but still NOT quite answering what we all want to know, there was a bit of "respectable" insight on the way Next Gen XBOX games would work...
“What follows naturally from this is that each disc would have to be tied to a unique Xbox Live account, else you could take a single disc and pass it between everyone you know and copy the game over and over. Since this is clearly not going to happen, each disc must then only install for a single owner.
“Microsoft did say that if a disc was used with a second account, that owner would be given the option to pay a fee and install the game from the disc, which would then mean that the new account would also own the game and could play it without the disc.”
Still nothing on USED Games, but it's probably safe to say that it will be something similar to this recent detailing---still, I'm not sure what Microsoft is thinking overall, and if they actually plan on having the XBOX One be as big of a success as they need it to be.