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#1 deactivated-60889f10c3b8e
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Answer in the poll please. :)
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#2 Consternated
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I like my PC, but I'll buy a next gen console (PS4) at launch to flip for profit, and then one at a later date to keep. If I can't flip it for profit, I'll just keep it, and wait for games.
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#3 Doom_HellKnight
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I really like my PC, and I've pre-ordered a PS4.
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#4 wis3boi
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PC only for the forseeable future

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#5 Kinthalis
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PC will be 99% of my gaming. But I plan on picking up a PS4 toward holiday 2015 for the exlcusives.

 

Xbone? No thank you.

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#6 GarGx1
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I have no need for a next gen console. My twin girls are only 6 and rarely look at the Wii or Xbox 360 so they don't need one either.

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#7 GiantAssPanda
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PC and PS4 for me proly.
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#8 CaseyWegner
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i'm going to wait and see how far the pc can take me. there aren't any must-have console games for me yet.

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#9 TheColbert
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Not sure yet. I am looking at the PS4 as of now but I need to see more games.
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#10 princeofshapeir
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i'm going to wait and see how far the pc can take me. there aren't any must-have console games for me yet.

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Pretty much this, if MGS5 remains console-exclusive I may seriously consider a PS4, but all signs point to it coming to PC.
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#11 Riverwolf007
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i'm building a new pc this fall or winter and buying both consoles next year sometime after the library's fill out.

 

 

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#12 1080pOnly
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PC mostly, just has everything I could need.  That said I'll grab an xbone for drunk kinect and a PS4 down the line once there's something worth buying.

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PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently)

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well.

4. Expensive $$$

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles.

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PC only. :D I get that I might be missing on some nice games, but the PC already has too many games to play. There's no time to play everything.
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#15 gameofthering
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I only need my PC. It seems that many of my favourite console only gaming series I enjoy are also being released for the PC these days (Apart from DBZ :( )

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#16 1080pOnly
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PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

drekula2

Seeing red?

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PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently)

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well.

4. Expensive $$$

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles.

drekula2
No system is perfect, but in my opinion on PC, the pros outweigh the cons by a large margin. Especially the fact that the system is the home of a variety of niche genres makes it a must have for me. Also, lol at the living room friendly.
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[QUOTE="drekula2"]

PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

1080pOnly

Seeing red?

1. DRM does exist on consoles, but not nearly as much.  There are some online-play codes as well as digital download OPTIONS, but you still can't share PC games.  Although, Steam is sort of working on it

2. How is it a positive that some machines (perfectly capable) get audio and technical issues exclusive to that machine?

3. True.  But for example, I have a guarentee Batman Arkham City will run smooth on my Xbox 360 (even if it is relatively weak).  I have no such guarentee on a borderline PC.

4. How long would a $1000 PC last you before you get a new one?  Genuinely curious.

5. Not at all.

6. When it comes to multi-plats (which is what i meant, and should have clarified) , they do miss a lot.  Maybe they don't miss most of the AAA 9/10 games, but the 7-8/10 games they often do miss such as some of the Tom Clancy, Need for Speed and Soul Calibur games.

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#19 skipper847
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Will be getting a PS4 some time with in the 1st price drop in say 2 year or 3 years time and just stick with my PC for now and future. PC are already next Gen+.

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#20 GuNsbl4ziN
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Looking at how much I use my PS3 at the moment I don't think it's worth it. I will be sticking with my PC most of this gen.

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#21 jer_1
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Love my PC, it's my primary gaming set but I will definitely be grabbing a PS4 a my backup!
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#22 GuNsbl4ziN
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[QUOTE="1080pOnly"]

[QUOTE="drekula2"]

PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

drekula2

Seeing red?

1. DRM does exist on consoles, but not nearly as much.  There are some online-play codes as well as digital download OPTIONS, but you still can't share PC games.  Although, Steam is sort of working on it

2. How is it a positive that some machines (perfectly capable) get audio and technical issues exclusive to that machine?

3. True.  But for example, I have a guarentee Batman Arkham City will run smooth on my Xbox 360 (even if it is relatively weak).  I have no such guarentee on a borderline PC.

4. How long would a $1000 PC last you before you get a new one?  Genuinely curious.

5. Not at all.

6. When it comes to multi-plats (which is what i meant, and should have clarified) , they do miss a lot.  Maybe they don't miss most of the AAA 9/10 games, but the 7-8/10 games they often do miss such as some of the Tom Clancy, Need for Speed and Soul Calibur games.

 

These are just such poor arguments...

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In all honesty the move to x86 architecture on the consoles is a great move for PC gamers.  Games that were exclusive for consoles because of development reasons won't really be the case anymore.  Sure, you'll still have your exclusive titles, but for the most part its not really that big of a deal to move to PC.  

The other huge positive for PC gamers is 4K resolutions.  PC is pretty much the premier system, but it doesn't have that "thing" that sets it apart by leaps and bounds.  With 4K on the horizon and neither Xb1 or PS4 being able to run a game in 4K (sure they say they" support it" but we all know that neither console will be able to runa  4k game) gaming on the PC will have an entirely different meaning.  

PC's used to be really expensive, that really isnt the case anymore unless you do a true enthusiast build.  Also, they are easier to upgrade so once you have a solid foundation for a build, its really not that expensive to upgrade down the line.  

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#24 GarGx1
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PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM Consoles are the epitome of DRM

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) It's up to you what you have in your PC

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well. It's up to you what you have in your PC

4. Expensive $$$ Yet cheaper in the long run by the time you buy games and pay online fees

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly Nonsense, a persons lack of knowledge is not the fault of a piece of electronics. My PC is in my living room

6. Misses a lot of third-parties. They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. You need 3 consoles, 2 handhelds, 1 android phone, 1 iphone and a PC to get everything (no doubt there is something I've missed there)

drekula2

The major downside of PC gaming is the lack of local multiplayer or split screen. It's not the best thing to play when your mates are round for a couple of beers.

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#25 Couth_
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Both. PS4 and Xbox One DAY ONE. Also looking forward to nVidia's next lineup of cards :cool:
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[QUOTE="1080pOnly"]

[QUOTE="drekula2"]

PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

drekula2

Seeing red?

1. DRM does exist on consoles, but not nearly as much.  There are some online-play codes as well as digital download OPTIONS, but you still can't share PC games.  Although, Steam is sort of working on it

2. How is it a positive that some machines (perfectly capable) get audio and technical issues exclusive to that machine?

3. True.  But for example, I have a guarentee Batman Arkham City will run smooth on my Xbox 360 (even if it is relatively weak).  I have no such guarentee on a borderline PC.

4. How long would a $1000 PC last you before you get a new one?  Genuinely curious.

5. Not at all.

6. When it comes to multi-plats (which is what i meant, and should have clarified) , they do miss a lot.  Maybe they don't miss most of the AAA 9/10 games, but the 7-8/10 games they often do miss such as some of the Tom Clancy, Need for Speed and Soul Calibur games.

1. false.... consoles are DRM, and what about online accounts tying games to accounts etc, And you can share pc games if you know what your doing and the fact that Steam is implementing game sharing between freind's and family blows your point out of the water.

2. If you know what your doing to can avoid these issues and or fix them yourself. Console games especially in the last few years have had major Inconsistent performance and bugs so no system is perfect...

3. You dont know if a game will run flawless on the 360 since there a slew of games on the PS3/360 that get fps dips and sub 30 fps with multiple games. If your a dedicated or enthusiast pc gamer you will not have a borderline computer.

4. If you build your own and know what your doing that pc can last a whole console generation still outpacing those consoles. Back in 2007, you could build a pc for around $700 with a 8800GT and to this day surpasses consoles with multiplat games.

5. huh? it is rubbish because its not hard to hook up a hdmi cable to a tv from a pc and use a wireless keyboard/mouse and a controller to play games.

6. Your examples are off because all the Splinter Cell games are also on pc, so are all the NFS's same as the 360/PS3. unless you also have a wii you will not get all of them.

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[QUOTE="1080pOnly"]

[QUOTE="drekula2"]

PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

drekula2

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4. How long would a $1000 PC last you before you get a new one?  Genuinely curious.

 

The entire generation? 

 

$1,000 PC will net you a PC that's 2 times more powerful than a PS4. you'll be playign games at better than "net gen" console settings in perpetutity (at 1080p).

However, 1440p, and 1600p monitors will cost $200-300 in a few years. 4K panels will be a few hundred dollars more, a few years after that.

Some developers, just like this gen, will scale their games upward, to include more graphics and physics, and gameplay goodies. So you might WANT to upgrade in 3-4 years, but if you do, it's not because youhave to. It's beacuase you WANT to. You WANT to have the tpe of gaming experience "next gen" consoles WILL NEVER offer you.

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[QUOTE="1080pOnly"]

[QUOTE="drekula2"]

PC has strong visuals, a great selection of indie titles, and Steam sales, but it does suffer from lots of inherent weaknesses.

1. DRM - Consoles have a ton of DRM.

2. Inconsistent performance (different PC's run games differently) - True, yet your negative is a positive for me.

3. Borderline PC's have no guarentee their games will perform well - Yet there is still a big enough library of games to play on non-gaming machines.

4. Expensive $$$ - Actually cheaper in the long run than consoles.....

5. Not very accessible or living room friendly - Complete rubbish fanboyism

6. Misses a lot of third-parties.  They get the AAA's but miss many of the other mainstream titles. - They miss out of far fewer titles than any one console.  If you're talking all three consoles then your price argument goes right out of the window.

drekula2

Seeing red?

1. DRM does exist on consoles, but not nearly as much.  There are some online-play codes as well as digital download OPTIONS, but you still can't share PC games.  Although, Steam is sort of working on it - PSn and XBL are DRM.

2. How is it a positive that some machines (perfectly capable) get audio and technical issues exclusive to that machine? Inconsistent performance is a sign of user generated problems.

3. True.  But for example, I have a guarentee Batman Arkham City will run smooth on my Xbox 360 (even if it is relatively weak).  I have no such guarentee on a borderline PC. - Don't play it on a borderline PC then.

4. How long would a $1000 PC last you before you get a new one?  Genuinely curious. As long as you want it to.

5. Not at all. Gaming is expensive, stop being a cheapskate.

6. When it comes to multi-plats (which is what i meant, and should have clarified) , they do miss a lot.  Maybe they don't miss most of the AAA 9/10 games, but the 7-8/10 games they often do miss such as some of the Tom Clancy, Need for Speed and Soul Calibur games. Granted, however consoles also miss out. For example there is no MWO on console. 

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#29 YearoftheSnake5
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I love my PC. Going to upgrade the graphics card early next year, whenever the Geforce 800 series is released. As for consoles, I already have a Wii U. Not interested in the X1 or PS4.

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#30 Netret0120
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PS4 If i can make a profit off of it then i will sell it otherwise i will keep it in the box until good games come out next year.
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PC until consoles get a larger library, and the console will likely be PS4.

 

XBOX usually ends up being a port machine, with bad ports and no exclusives.

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#32 danten81
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I'm finished with consoles. PC has everything I need and more.
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#33 menes777
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PC until consoles get a larger library, and the console will likely be PS4.

 

XBOX usually ends up being a port machine, with bad ports and no exclusives.

Jankarcop

Same here.  I don't really see a must have exclusive on the PS4 yet, although I probably won't get an XBone.

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#34 Cyberdot
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PC all the way, but I might get a PS4 in 2015 or later for the exclusives.

Xbone? LOL NO.
Wii-U? LOL NO.

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#35 deactivated-5ac102a4472fe
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Yeh, getting a PS4 at launch, mainly as a new blu-ray player and something my nephew can game on when he is visiting, and the odd exclusive. 

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#36 deactivated-583e460ca986b
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I have a PC (i7 3770k @ 4.2, GTX 690, 16gb of RAM) and also have the PS4 and Xbox One preordered. I am also a proud Wii U owner.
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#37 Rage010101
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Nothing but PC

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#38 Kinthalis
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Interesting. Most people appear to have a PC, and most people appear to want to partner it up with a PS4.

 

Weird, because that sound sliek the smartest choice, and system wars tends not to be super smart about things.

 

But whatever, good on you folk!

 

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#39 MonsieurX
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Have a PC now,just bought a Wii U. Will wait for a price drop and good games for the PS4
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#40 treedoor
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I only "need" my PC.

 

Consoles hold very little value to me because they get such a tiny amount of games nowadays, but I could forsee owning one if I ever got to a point where I thought my living room could use a gaming device in it, but that'll probably never happen.

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#42 comptonst88
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Im not really much of a PC gamer, I do have a laptop that can play some games well like TF2 and Portal, WOW, etc.  But I mainly game on consoles so Ill be picking up a PS4 for my next gen gaming needs.

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#43 heretrix
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console launches suck ass. I'm not even remotely interested in one until at least 8 months post launch (E3 2014).

Until then or I get a bout of weakness and cave, PC all the way.

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#44 MonsieurX
Member since 2008 • 39858 Posts

console launches suck ass. I'm not even remotely interested in one until at least 8 months post launch (E3 2014).

Until then or I get a bout of weakness and cave, PC all the way.

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Feel the same way.
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#45 NFJSupreme
Member since 2005 • 6605 Posts
I will always have at least one console most likely two.
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#46 Miroku32
Member since 2006 • 8666 Posts
Upgrade my PC, buy a Wii U and PS4 later (2015 or something like that).
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#47 Spartan070
Member since 2004 • 16470 Posts
X1 and Steambox for me this gen. Eventual PS4 for the exclusives.
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#48 SirCantelope
Member since 2013 • 35 Posts
Disappointing lineup of exclusive games coming from these nextgen consoles.
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#49 fattycoles
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The cream rises to the top though, When I played the last of us I found nirvana, There is some things that just need to be played and any non bias gamer will know this.
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#50 fattycoles
Member since 2013 • 31 Posts
Disappointing lineup of exclusive games coming from these nextgen consoles.SirCantelope
It's a launch lineup, Some of the last gen games are going to be great and with improved graphics there will be enough until the first wave of proper next gen games.