From this I get the feeling your saying that by not allowing games to be shared among multiple users the console market would get turned into a "PC style gaming experience". I find that a strange stand point, I would be interested to see if other people feel the same as you.
For me the difference between console gaming and PC gaming is the simplicity and compatibility that consoles offer.
I mean it as a having online connectivity as a mandatory part of the gaming experience, like the way it is for PC gaming. I don't play pirated games, but I do buy some used games, and I rent games using Lovefilm. I also loan out and borrow games from one of my friends. Microsoft were trying to take that away from me, and I'm not ok with that. It's not like Microsoft were saying 'Ok, we're going to implement PC gaming style restrictions on the Xbox One, but we're going to bring game prices down in line with PC games.' They were still going to charge a higher price while taking away some of the freedoms you have with console gaming.