I know it's still early, but if this trend keeps up, you just have to worry a little bit. What if it's not just cuz it's early but it's just the way it's going to be in this modern age? I was watching a video from ReviewTechUSA, and Rich said that there is no reason to have any new consoles anymore. Exclusives seem to be shrinking less and less. 99 percent of all games are on the PC. So what's the point? I want to have a reason, but I need there to be a good reason. I'm looking for any good reason.
Are we just in a sad era where almost every game can be played better on a PC? Don't you ever get worried that maybe PS4 isn't off to a slow start, but maybe this is just how it's going to be? I mean don't get me wrong. But my friend says that it's getting harder and harder to make more games for a more high end system. Also, almost every game on PS4 seems to come out on PS3. And the graphics are a little different, but not astoundingly different. I played Resogun. Are the graphics that much better than Stardust? I don't know about that.