Remember when we previously reported about Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth's Twitter comments about the "always-on" complaints in regards to the next-gen Xbox? Specifically, remember when Microsoft officially apologized for Orth's comments without actually talking about whether the next Xbox will even have an "always-on" feature? Well, Adam Orth certainly remembers, as he's now apparently no longer at Microsoft.
It's still a bit premature to start complaining about the next-gen Xbox being "always-on" for one reason or another, seeing as there's nothing official out just yet, but it hasn't stopped folks from expressing their opinion as to what they'd think of a console that constantly required a connection to the Internet. In short: They don't like it. On April 4th, Adam Orth, Microsoft Studios creative director, went off about these complaints on his Twitter. Microsoft has since officially apologized for his tirade, though their statement doesn't even come close to addressing anything about the "always-on" rumors that instigated it.