Give reasons why you wouldn't buy each of consoles

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#1 Edited by Salt_The_Fries (8288 posts) -

Let me start with myself:

Wii U:

  • extremely poor 3rd party support (but then again I wouldn't rely on multiplats)
  • some major 1st party games like Metroid still don't have their installments there
  • lack of multiplayer component in a lot of games
  • it isn't still priced reasonably enough

Xbox One:

  • Multimedia / Kinect / TV integration still needs some refinement, it's not all that it's cracked up to be
  • Still lacks some essential system features from its last-gen counterpart
  • Multiplats somewhat gimped due to lack of proper drivers and only recent introduction of improved development kits - worried about the long-term future in this aspect
  • I'm very afraid about that MS support won't be as good in Poland where I live as it is in America and in the biggest European markets as in UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy...
  • I'm unsure if Microsoft will strike a deal with any of TV providers in my country and I'm afraid I will still not have an access to several nice features availble in America
  • I'm afraid it will cost the same in my country as it did in UK on launch, despite being released a whole year after. That and I suspect they won't even provide a single game with the bundle.
  • They haven't implemented Games with Gold on it yet.
  • high power consumption on standby
  • lack of Freeview integration (it's the HD TV free channels via DVBT after you just plugged it to a wall tv socket)
  • having to have Xbox One powered on in order to use a cable box - seems not economic if you think of electricity bills, make it work on standby or hibernated or something, but not ALWAYS ON
  • everything's behind a paywall
  • certain stupid indie policies but they improved this

PS4:

  • not interested in any announced or hitherto released exclusives at all (as if: I'd rather get Wii U for its exclusives)
  • Lack of essential system features to be found on PS3
  • little variety among exclusives or console exclusives so far
  • I'd appreciate more attempts at differentiating itself as a next-gen machine, apart from its raw processing power...different kinds of functionality would be welcome
  • PSN is of inferior architecture to XBL

Actually, I don't mind lack of power in Wii U and some of its exclusives really interest me more than anything else on any other consoles, and whereas I listed a lot less points about PS4, they are a lot stronger reservations than this multitude of bullets I listed for Xbox One. But there, of course, isn't just "one system to rule them all" for me.

Everything has its pros and cons.

For the record, I - of course - don't own any of next-gen systems. But if YOU do, then do as you please - you can list them all, or you can list only those which you don't own yet.

#2 Edited by lamprey263 (22770 posts) -

lack of funds is the only reason, if I had the money I'd buy each console and all the games I could

I'd buy all the multiplats on the system I find most favorable and use the others to play their exclusives, did that last gen when I had a more expendable income

#3 Edited by lostrib (33225 posts) -

X1/PS4/WiiU--Not enough compelling games

#4 Posted by stationplay_4 (442 posts) -

xbox one: kinect, multimedia, 100 dollars more than ps4 yet less powerful, halo gears forza

wii U: weakest of the three, lack of online focus, although some of the exclusives look really good and i want the new smash bros coming out

ps4: already have one although they are off to a slow start

#5 Posted by Netret0120 (1999 posts) -

@lostrib said:

X1/PS4/WiiU--Not enough compelling games

This. Obviously this will change in time but as of right now I am happy to stick with my PS3.

#6 Edited by Kevlar101 (6005 posts) -

Well considering that I just recently got a PS3 (2 days ago), I have no plans to get any of the 8th-gen consoles any time soon.

#7 Posted by inb4uall (5263 posts) -

Let me start with myself:

Wii U:

  • extremely poor 3rd party support (but then again I wouldn't rely on multiplats)
  • some major 1st party games like Metroid still don't have their installments there
  • lack of multiplayer component in a lot of games
  • it isn't still priced reasonably enough

Xbox One:

  • Multimedia / Kinect / TV integration still needs some refinement, it's not all that it's cracked up to be
  • Still lacks some essential system features from its last-gen counterpart
  • Multiplats somewhat gimped due to lack of proper drivers and only recent introduction of improved development kits - worried about the long-term future in this aspect
  • I'm very afraid about that MS support won't be as good in Poland where I live as it is in America and in the biggest European markets as in UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy...
  • I'm unsure if Microsoft will strike a deal with any of TV providers in my country and I'm afraid I will still not have an access to several nice features availble in America
  • I'm afraid it will cost the same in my country as it did in UK on launch, despite being released a whole year after. That and I suspect they won't even provide a single game with the bundle.
  • They haven't implemented Games with Gold on it yet.
  • high power consumption on standby
  • lack of Freeview integration (it's the HD TV free channels via DVBT after you just plugged it to a wall tv socket)
  • having to have Xbox One powered on in order to use a cable box - seems not economic if you think of electricity bills, make it work on standby or hibernated or something, but not ALWAYS ON
  • everything's behind a paywall
  • certain stupid indie policies but they improved this

PS4:

  • not interested in any announced or hitherto released exclusives at all (as if: I'd rather get Wii U for its exclusives)
  • Lack of essential system features to be found on PS3
  • little variety among exclusives or console exclusives so far
  • I'd appreciate more attempts at differentiating itself as a next-gen machine, apart from its raw processing power...different kinds of functionality would be welcome
  • PSN is of inferior architecture to XBL

Actually, I don't mind lack of power in Wii U and some of its exclusives really interest me more than anything else on any other consoles, and whereas I listed a lot less points about PS4, they are a lot stronger reservations than this multitude of bullets I listed for Xbox One. But there, of course, isn't just "one system to rule them all" for me.

Everything has its pros and cons.

For the record, I - of course - don't own any of next-gen systems. But if YOU do, then do as you please - you can list them all, or you can list only those which you don't own yet.

Your Wii U reasons are stupid.

  • some major 1st party games like Metroid still don't have their installments there

No shit? It's two years old. Do you think the PS4 will have a representative of every one of it's exclusives at the two year mark? No.

  • it isn't still priced reasonably enough

No, you just aren't being a reasonable consumer.

Your other points are valid for now. but soon Smash and MK8 will be out and you will have your multiplayer games.

shitty 3rd party support is just a given with nintendo consoles anymore it seems.

My problems with the wii U are more with the system itself. The settings menu shouldn't take that long to load for instance.

There is so much wrong with the x1 I don't know where to beging, nor would I want to list it out here.

PS4 needs games but it's new system so that's expected.

Also TC XBL is not superior anymore. You can tell yourself that all you want too, PS+ is by far the better service because it is just that. It's an actual service instead of just locking different functions of your system behind a paywall.

#8 Edited by Merex760 (4284 posts) -

I have a gaming PC. The only system worth buying right now, purely for games I couldn't get on PC, is the Wii U. Infamous isn't going to make me buy a PS4. Ryse, Kinect garbage, and Deadrising 3 isn't going to make me want an XB1. That new Donkey Kong though...gimmie a Wii U.

#9 Posted by comptonst88 (248 posts) -

Already own a PS4 so ill just list the others:

XBONE: Kinect bundled with system, Not enough games I'm interested in, Don't really like certain things about the controller.

Wii U: weak system (GPU capability), weak 3rd party support, no compelling games for it, lackluster online features.

#10 Posted by hippiesanta (9766 posts) -

@Salt_The_Fries:

Let me start with myself:

Wii U:

  • it isn't still priced reasonably enough

Xbox One:

  • I'm very afraid about that MS support won't be as good in Poland where I live as it is in America and in the biggest European markets as in UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy...
  • I'm unsure if Microsoft will strike a deal with any of TV providers in my country and I'm afraid I will still not have an access to several nice features availble in America

PS4:

  • Lack of essential system features to be found on PS3

BECAUSE U ARE IN POLAND ...

#11 Posted by IMAHAPYHIPPO (2559 posts) -

For starters I own all three consoles, so I'll list things I'm worried about --

Wii U -- Year-long game droughts akin to 2008. That's about it.

Xbox One -- Ending up a vastly different console than I purchased at the start, a la the Xbox 360 abandoning all the exclusive franchises I bought the system for (All of Rare's IP, Project Gotham, etc...).

Ps4 -- It aging as poorly as the Ps3 did. Hour long updates, outdated interface, and the like... I hope they planned around that this time.

#12 Edited by elkoldo (966 posts) -

Xone : You kiddin' me ? I ain't gonna pay a rusted penny for that piece of trash.

PS4 : Naughty Dog and Quantic Dream are still silent.

Nintendo : Does Nintendo even have a next gen console ?

#13 Edited by wis3boi (31009 posts) -

XB!

  • price
  • ancient hardware
  • absolutely no games I would want

WiiU

  • It's a Wii

PS4

  • absolutely no games I would want
  • somewhat ancient hardware

Overall

  • They offer me no benefit or exclusive thing that my PC doesn't already do better
#14 Posted by KittenNose (373 posts) -

Because a slow month of PC gaming means a couple dozen releases.

Because in ten years I won't be able to play my games anymore unless I repurchase them. Fallout is two decades old and I still revisit it when I want to watch the second best ending in the history of gaming.

Because modder is a term for someone who needs to be banned instead of someone who made my game better. Seriously what the hell consoles?

Because all the crazy, doofy, and just plain odd niche games I adore are just now starting to show up there.

Because I pay Comcast to go online thank you, not Sony or Microsoft. The stuff that flies on consoles is just mind boggling. How were online passes even a thing? Why is what content you get dictated by what platform you purchase it on, or what store you purchase it from? How in the name of all that is fluffy is there a paywall between you and content on the disk you already purchased? A paywall between you and the internet is bad enough, but you and the content on the disk you purchased?

#15 Posted by SNIPER4321 (10142 posts) -

Because PC is enough for me. what should i do with xbox one and PS4?

console exclusive never apeal me and multiplat are better on PC so.

#16 Edited by zeeshanhaider (2351 posts) -

@wis3boi said:

XB!

  • price
  • ancient hardware
  • absolutely no games I would want

WiiU

  • It's a Wii

PS4

  • absolutely no games I would want
  • somewhat ancient hardware

Overall

  • They offer me no benefit or exclusive thing that my PC doesn't already do better

This and controller sucks too. KB/M FTW.

#17 Posted by SNIPER4321 (10142 posts) -

This and controller sucks too. KB/M FTW.

I agree zeeshan, you are one of those here who always speak the truth.

i cannot stand controller. i mean controller is good for adventure, fighter and JRPG. but im no fan of them. FPS cant work with controller. and Thats the Fact.

this is why so many feature are cut down in order to work with contorller.

#18 Posted by Pffrbt (6468 posts) -

@Merex760 said:

I have a gaming PC. The only system worth buying right now, purely for games I couldn't get on PC, is the Wii U. Infamous isn't going to make me buy a PS4. Ryse, Kinect garbage, and Deadrising 3 isn't going to make me want an XB1.

This, except I already have a Wii U. I will get a PS4 eventually, but all the games I want probably aren't going to be out till late 2015-early 2016. I'm probably never going to get an Xbone because I'm tired of Microsoft's bullshit, plus it has no games, plus it's all around too expensive.

#19 Posted by KittenNose (373 posts) -

@zeeshanhaider said:

This and controller sucks too. KB/M FTW.

I agree zeeshan, you are one of those here who always speak the truth.

i cannot stand controller. i mean controller is good for adventure, fighter and JRPG. but im no fan of them. FPS cant work with controller. and Thats the Fact.

this is why so many feature are cut down in order to work with contorller.

Why pick? You can get an old wired 360 controller for like ten bucks.Just plug it in and you are done. Shoot guys with a mouse, and switch to a controller for combo heavy games like Batman or Sleeping Dogs.

#20 Edited by zeeshanhaider (2351 posts) -

@zeeshanhaider said:

This and controller sucks too. KB/M FTW.

I agree zeeshan, you are one of those here who always speak the truth.

i cannot stand controller. i mean controller is good for adventure, fighter and JRPG. but im no fan of them. FPS cant work with controller. and Thats the Fact.

this is why so many feature are cut down in order to work with contorller.

Glad to find a like minded person.

#21 Posted by zeeshanhaider (2351 posts) -

@SNIPER4321 said:

@zeeshanhaider said:

This and controller sucks too. KB/M FTW.

I agree zeeshan, you are one of those here who always speak the truth.

i cannot stand controller. i mean controller is good for adventure, fighter and JRPG. but im no fan of them. FPS cant work with controller. and Thats the Fact.

this is why so many feature are cut down in order to work with contorller.

Why pick? You can get an old wired 360 controller for like ten bucks.Just plug it in and you are done. Shoot guys with a mouse, and switch to a controller for combo heavy games like Batman or Sleeping Dogs.

I can combo and fight just fine in Batman and Sleeping Dogs. Hell I play Hack n Slash with KB/M absolutely fine and must better than I would with a controller.

#22 Posted by Pffrbt (6468 posts) -

FPS cant work with controller. and Thats the Fact.

It can work with a controller though. It's just not ideal. There are very few genres that are especially suited for keyboard and mouse, and these genres are generally the most boring. Like first person shooters.

#23 Posted by PrincessGomez92 (3358 posts) -

Lack of funds.

#24 Posted by misterpmedia (3363 posts) -

I just use this rule of thumb about buying the console that's going to have the exclusives franchises you enjoy most. So naturally was PS4 for me. The battle for my money regarding Ninty and MS is when Ninty finally announces Bayo2 release date and MS finally shows off more QB with early/mid 2015 release date. I imagine I'll be getting the WiiU sooner though as hopefully they'll give it another price cut seeing as the hardware is basically spiraling the drain, bargin price + Bayo2 would be an easy purchase.

#25 Posted by bulby_g (1011 posts) -

@Merex760 said:

I have a gaming PC. The only system worth buying right now, purely for games I couldn't get on PC, is the Wii U. Infamous isn't going to make me buy a PS4. Ryse, Kinect garbage, and Deadrising 3 isn't going to make me want an XB1. That new Donkey Kong though...gimmie a Wii U.

Pretty much this (except I already have a Wii U). I will pick up the other consoles if/when the exclusive games come that I want to play.

#26 Posted by blamix (192 posts) -

Got a PC,Ps4 and getting a WiiU this may with mk8, No need to get a X1. Nothing on the X1 interests me and mp on X1 looks crap compared to Ps4 and PC

#27 Edited by RossRichard (2330 posts) -

Only getting one system this generation. In the past, I always got all of them. But since more and more games are going multiplat, there is no sense buying more than one anymore.

I refuse to buy Wii U because of the crappy third-party support and most exclusives are platformers, which I have played enough of in the NES era. I refuse to buy XBone because of the BS they tried to pull, and their exclusives are mostly FPSes, which I could care less about.

So that leaves the PS4. Sure, the games support is pretty thin right now. But anyone that looks at every console launch in history will see that it always takes a few years for a console to get a really good library.

#28 Posted by Desmonic (13180 posts) -

X1&PS4 -- lol no games

WiiU -- ........What's a WiiU? O.o?

3DS -- lol DS on crappy steroids

X360 -- No TLOU

PS3 -- No Halo

Wii -- lol filthy casuals

Vita -- .......... who am I kidding, it's the TRUE Master Race! Of course I'd buy it! :P

#29 Edited by superbuuman (2604 posts) -

PS4 - lack of compelling titles at the moment.

Wii U - force on unused expensive hardware that doesn't add to gaming experience. Lack of 3rd parties & eventho it will have unique games its coming in very slow - long game droughts. (Already own this tho)

XbOne - force on unnecessary expensive hardware that doesn't add to gaming experience, spycam, works with NSA :p . Lack of compelling titles.

:p

#30 Edited by Puggy301 (160 posts) -

X1: Kinect

Wii U: I'm over 12.

PS4: Too late. I already own one.

#31 Posted by Shewgenja (8324 posts) -

PS4: Already have one

WiiU: Decided I am getting one

XBone: Do not want. Microsoft changed their tune with gamers back when they launched Kinect for the 360 and I don't give a shit what a talking suit at MS says. Until they de-bundle Kinect, I won't even consider getting this garbage POS. In fact, I might not get one even if they do that just because I think they need to take a dive this gen for all the bullshit they tried to pull with this thing. It's become a matter of principle at this point.

#32 Posted by Maddie_Larkin (6268 posts) -

Going into the theoretical given the only thing I don't have is an X1.

Wii U:

- pretty much hampered by the overall lack of games, which is mostly to blame for the mostly multiplat envioment we live in now, and Thus the lack of 3rd party suppot since it is not on par with the console siblings at a hardware level.

- An unreasonable conservative set of ideas present in the games they chose to make, Ever since conception games like fatal frame was a near no brainer for this.

PS4:

- Little to no games that are not also (and often better) on PC. It is still early so basicly this is an early adopter thing, It might well (and expect it to) be better in the future.

- Sony seemingly mildly confused or rather taken back by the initial sucess of the PS4, so feels like they are struggeling to catch up with the consumerbase.

- While Price/performance is good, it shows Little reasons to buy one yet (hardwarewise)

- only 2 USB ports

X1:

- Horribly messed up initial vision, causing widespread confusion and outright disdain for the system.

- Like its comtemporary (PS4) Seems a tad lost as to where they want it to go.

- Alot of services still having kinks and voice/motion control still a pain in its new iteration.

- Pretty much appeals specifically to the US with Little to come for if you are from outside the US (the focus on cable and US specific sports, which might not be supported, or are of no interrest outside the US).

- A relatively high pricepoint for relatively Little hardware.

- Feels rushed with most of the internal Programs (such as the OS) not being completed by release

- Also suffers from a lack of games as its Sibling, Again just launched expecting differently is a failure on the consumer part.

3DS:

- relatively poor graphical capabilities

- 3D never caught on

- Feels slightly fragile (3DXL)

- Overall poor battery life

- Sub par speakers

Vita:

- Never really caught on in the West, so support from western market is somewhat limited

- Filled with gimmicks, and most of those are rarely used in games for any real purpose

- Memory Cards, expensive as heck.

- unforgivably poor battery life

- OLED screens a bit iffy (Look up the Burn in) (solved in new vitas)

- Discarded by potential consumerbase due to smart phones (which is a shame).

PC: Yeh not a console I know :P

- Most expensive out of the box.

- Requires most manual maintenance out of all the platforms

- requires alot of awareness on the consumer part, in order NOT to buy something that is really poor, but stuffed in a shiney case.

- No Uniform easy understandible system for consumers to see what the system can play, and what It can not.

#33 Posted by FoxbatAlpha (6052 posts) -

Wii U: I am close to buying but it seems like Nintendo could pull the plug at any moment.

PS4: LoL, just because it's Sony.

Xbox ONE: Hmm, I have to really think hard about this one.

#34 Posted by finalstar2007 (24882 posts) -

WiiU:

  • Weak system, weak features and very expensive price.. would only buy for $99 or below
  • Weak line-up of games and i dont want anything with Mario's face in it
  • Tablet like controller is lulz worthy

but i would buy at any price if a pokemon game gets announced and i mean a full pokemon game not some fighting shit

PS4:

  • Will buy one this summer.

XboxOne:

  • Xbox360 was enough to convince me to never ever touch another xbox console ever again.
  • terrible library of games and terrible first party developers
  • major focus on FPS's and those so called manly/bloody games make the xbox even less interesting
  • It will never get Japanese support so even more reasons to be less interested in it
  • Expensive and weaker system
  • XBLA is $10 more expensive than the other service
  • a lot of services dont even work without paying for XBLA first.. lulz worthy
  • the console dosent allow for HDD change

PC:

  • I have a PC but im just not a fan of gaming on it.
#35 Edited by YearoftheSnake5 (7074 posts) -

Xbox One/PS4 - Neither company has exclusive franchises that entice me to buy their system. Multiplats are great, but the system needs to have something I want and can't get anywhere else. They just don't have anything for me yet. Aside from that reason, I'm less likely to buy the Xbox One over the PS4 due to bad experiences with Xbox products in the past.

I have my Wii U and PC for gaming, and I've been pretty happy with the combination. They have the exclusive software I want, and whatever multiplatform games don't come to the Wii U(and there's a lot), I get them on PC.

Why not get every multiplatform game on PC? My electric bill is significantly lower when I do most of my gaming on Wii U, and the performance is acceptable in all the multiplatform games I have for it.

#36 Posted by Ghost120x (3687 posts) -

Just listing the one I don't have.

Xbox one:

Don't care for the TV features so why do I have to pay $10 more on xbox live for something I'll never use.

Don't care for motion controls so why do I have to pay $100 more for the console when we all know it's not really needed

Xbox one will fail in japan which means it will miss out on some game series that I love such as Tales of, ect.

Don't have room for the console because it is so big and also kinetic, I could take my ps3 down but I still use it

Owning both the og xbox and the 360 I know MS will not support their console longer than the competition

Xbox exclusives are weakening Gears= no epic, Halo= No Bungie, Forza= Microtransaction fest ect.

#37 Edited by intotheminx (559 posts) -

I haven't bought a "next gen" console because I have been converted to PC. Also, I am not very excited about future releases, except a few; Evil Within, Dying Light, and Evolve are the only games that slightly excite me and my PC will play those games completely maxed out. I simply don't have 1 reason to purchase a console as of right now.

#38 Posted by ShepardCommandr (2289 posts) -

X1/WiiU:Don't want one simple as that

#39 Edited by DaBrainz (7623 posts) -

PS4 = no games

X1 = no games

WiiU = Only a few games

#40 Posted by R4gn4r0k (16249 posts) -

WiiU

  • Not enough games at the moment
  • Outdated hardware, but Nintendo still makes great looking games on it. DKC and mario Kart 8 look great
  • Lack of 3rd party support. But I by my Nintendo consoles for nintendo games mostly anyway
  • needs new IP

PS4

  • Not enough games at the moment
  • PS4 controllers battery life is horrible
  • PS4 controllers lightbar is unnecessary

Xbone

  • Not enough games at the moment
  • Only interested in QB
  • After a few years MS will most likely do the same as with 360 and release nothing but Halo/forza/gears
  • Unnecessary Kinect inclusion
  • More expensive yet less powerful than a PS4
  • Xbone controller still uses AA batteries
  • Clear lack of interest in smaller markets like my country
#41 Edited by Boddicker (2411 posts) -

Let me just put this out there: NO SYSTEM SINCE LAST GEN HAS HAD A SINGLE MUST HAVE EXCLUSIVE.

Wii-U:

- Overpriced for how weak it is.

-Kiddy trash IMO

-Still, has the most compelling exclusives but not enough to make me buy it.

X1:

-Overpriced.

-I haven't had cable TV in close to a decade.

-I actually believe MS was making steps in the right direction with the once a day check in and second hand games blocking, but it just happened too fast. They probably should have done just one this gen and saved the other for next gen.

-Waving my hands like an idiot and talking to my X1 doesn't seem like fun.

-Designed too much around Kinect. I know a few core gamers have a hard on for this thing, but I am not one of them.

PS4:

-My console of choice.

-Appropriately priced.

-The most power.

-Completely worthless features like the "share" button, but you have to appease the casuals now.

-Project Morpheus has potential...............

-Took the easy way out with going with used games. You want to point your fingers at somebody for maybe the demise of gaming as we know it, maybe do it at Sony for siding with Gamestop. They didn't really have a choice IMO.

BOTTOM LINE:

I just want a console I can play games on, stream movies/music, and watch Blu-rays on. EXACTLY like my PS3 gave me this gen.

#42 Posted by cainetao11 (16579 posts) -

PS4: Only two games I want to play (that's enough to get me honestly)

WiiU: 100 less than PS4 but not much better in terms of power than PS3/360, I don't like all Nintendo games.

Xbox one: I bought it because I wanted it and its awesome.

#43 Posted by Heil68 (43226 posts) -

I bought them all.

#44 Posted by Namgis (3572 posts) -

One: Kinect, Price, Lack of games, Size, Multimedia.

WiiU: No Zelda, No Metroid, Price.

PS4: N/A.

#45 Posted by Litchie (16212 posts) -

Wii-U: Got one already. The lack of good third-party support is still a problem, but not big enough of a problem to affect my purchase. I love Nintendo and their games always deliver. I also own a PC, which makes me able to enjoy the best versions of those good games that comes only for PS, XB and PC.

PS4: Well, right now it doesn't have any games, and I doubt I'll be interested in their games in the future. There are always some games on other platforms that interest me, but not enough to buy the whole console for. PS3 had one game I absolutely loved called Dead Nation, but that was not worth getting a PS3 for.

Xbone: So far there is one game I'm interested in, which is Killer Instinct. I'm not getting an Xbone because of that one game, and I haven't seen any other games that look interesting. The big focus on Kinect, which isn't interesting to me at all, does not help either.

So for me, it's always and always will be about the games.

#46 Edited by Pikminmaniac (8699 posts) -

Wii U: I already own a Wii U and feel it's the only worth while new console at the moment, but the main draw back is the lack of third party support.

PS4: I'd like Sony's first party to focus more on quality gameplay experiences rather than cinematic ones. Their first party last gen was really mediocre for the most part because of that IMHO. Their next big IP, The Order, doesn't bode well so far.

Xbox One: Again, my lack of interest, if anything, has to do with the first party. They seem to lack in this area more than the other two in terms of quantity. It would be nice to see them really invest in their own studios so that they have some big recognizable studios like Retro or Naughty Dog.

#47 Posted by mems_1224 (46224 posts) -

@lostrib said:

X1/PS4/WiiU--Not enough compelling games

this

#48 Posted by vashkey (33712 posts) -

@lostrib said:

X1/PS4/WiiU--Not enough compelling games

^This

#49 Posted by clone01 (24373 posts) -

@Salt_The_Fries:

With the exception of the WiiU, none of the current gen consoles have shit for games right now.