I don't know anyone who has had their 360 die "every other month" or have to buy a new one when they do die. Microsoft did an excellent job on the replacement and turn around. Also, since Sony still doesn't have a fix I wouldn't be slamming 360's just yet.
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As a Wii owner since day one I must admit I've been sorely disappointed. It's not the subpar graphics that bother me, but the pure crap games that come out. The only games I even consider buying for the Wii are first-party titles and even then if the universe went all nuts and released a Zelda game for 360 or PS3, I'd buy those versions.
I really like this concept. While I'm not too much of a fantasy gamer I could see myself renting this one for a while. A thought I had. I think it would be cool if you had the same origin concept for a game sent in present time and after a set of experiences, tasks and decisions you slowly manifest some sort of superpower which would allow you to be recruited for good or evil. Maybe a Marvel game that once you gain your power the second act recruits you to your choice of the Xavier Institute or Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
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I thought Eternal Sonata was going to suck, but it ended up being a pretty competent RPG for the 360. I've kept it around with the intention of playing it again.