"Always-On" Angry Xbox Man Resigns From Microsoft

By Gary Cutlack on at

Adam Orth, the Microsoft man who accidentally sort of confirmed that the next Xbox will have an "always-on" internet requirement when he went mad about it on the internet, has now left the gaming company.

Sources claim he has resigned from his position as Creative Director at Microsoft Studios, although whether he was asked or made to do so we don't yet know. Maybe one day he'll unlock his Twitter account and we'll find out. [Guardian]