Microsoft will ship the Xbox One to customers on Friday with a built in 500GB hard drive that's been designed not to be removed or upgraded. At first, the company announced that the console would support adding external storage but later said the feature would not be available for launch. Now the first reviews of the Xbox One have come in and they have confirmed that the console will not allow owners to view just how much useable storage space is available on the hard drive. Eurogamer's review of the console states: "With Forza 5 and Ryse installed to the hard drive, in addition to a number of other review titles, our concern now is all about storage management. Here's where things get a little strange. As far as we can tell, there is no storage overview to tell you how much hard drive space remains or allow you to delete items in one centralized location. There also appears to be no direct access to save games, either - these and game DVR upload clips appear to be synced with the cloud. It's interesting that in what is the most ambitious console operating system ever produced, the user seems more remote than ever from content." I think this is a terrible move by M$.