When Microsoft first announced the Xbox One, people immediately jumped to the nickname of "Xbone." The gaming audience began to adopt the nickname before all of the draconian policies were officially revealed, so the term came to be simply because it's a funny and catchy way to shorten the console's full name. Then, when the draconian policies were made clear, the moniker rang true, in that the Xbox was boned. Now, however, Microsoft officially purchased the domain Xbone.com, securing the last laugh.
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