@Zloth2: You must know someone personally who does that. Everyone I know that watches lets plays doesn't just sit and watch them like a tv channel all day. They watch who they like or go to see if its a game they want. That's pretty much it. Don't argue for the sake of arguing, buddy.
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@orochipunisher: No, I don't. I see this as a multi-million dollar system compared to a thousand dollar system of the past. I'm 28. You're not much older than me. I grew up on those systems and games too.
Unless you want to pay $100 per game, you need to get used to this type of model. They can't spend ten times what they did in the 90's and then you charge you the same price for it just because you don't comprehend how a game or system gets made. You want what you think you "deserve." You're entitled.
There is no "should have been." They made what they made. They ALWAYS update consoles later, but A LOT goes into it. It is WAY more demanding then it was back in the day. They have deadlines and the demand is insane compared to what it was. Gaming is mainstream now. It's not like it was in the days of the SNES. They have to get these systems out. The GOOD thing is they can update with the internet, something they used to NOT be able to do.
The system you got was the system you got. No improvements. Nothing. You liked that?
@frank_castle: Well, part of your problem is assuming people sit and do it for hours. Most of pewdiepies videos aren't even 20 minutes long and he's the most popular person on youtube.
Most people watch Let's Plays for the personalities. It's interesting to see how someone else reacts to a game you've already played. Also, most games these days offer multiple ways to play. Dragon Age Inquisition for example.
No one sits and watches Let's Plays for hours at a time, like they're TV shows....
@orochipunisher: Oh god, stop. Stop with this "They should have given this to me! It should have been on the disc from the beginning. We should have already had this!"
Whine whine whine. Dude, gaming is bigger than it ever has been. Be GLAD you get HD visuals. Be GLAD games come with hours of content before you even consider buying DLC.
I grew up where when you bought a game, that was it. You play it for two hours, you're done. There was no optional content. You ran through the levels and it was over. You didn't have a billion guns to choose from. You didn't have 30 maps to play on. You didn't have online multiplayer.
You complain about trivial things. Be glad they even MADE this for you to consider buying.
That figures. Even when presented with irrefutable proof that the graphical differences between the three platforms are minimal, PC elitists refuse to budge.
That's taking fanboyism to a totally new level.
@netnow66: It doesn't matter. The main focus was on the hardware itself. Not how most people play. The graphical differences between all three are minimal. Period.