I owned an Xbox and PS2. I barely used the PS2 so I sold it. I own a 360, had a PS3 for a while but barely used it, so I sold it.
I really only have time in my life for one console so I have to make a decision. Sony made that decision very easy for me.
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If I had to make a choice between the two, it would be PS4.
I have the choice of both, but I'm only getting the PS4. I had a 360 and PS3, the 360 stopped getting use about 6 months ago so I sold it.
I may get the Xbone later during the generation.
06-11-2013 #7Soldier 95BGuest
Bummer you don't have time for both! But you will like your purchase no doubt! PS4 will be fun. You might decide to go multi again down the road, you never know!
You won't be disappointed.
I think the decision is extremely easy for those who can only afford the time or money for one. Extremely easy.
The decision is easy for me. I can afford both but will only be buying the ps4.
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I've owned every console made since the mid 90s. I've always had gaming PCs during that time as well.
I got the original Xbox on launch day. One of only 200,000 gamers to do so.
I also got the Xbox 360 on launch day. One of only 250,000 gamers to do so.
This is the first generation of consoles where I have almost no interest in any of them. Especially the WII U and Xbox One. I still retain some interest in the PS4, but once you add the annual online costs plus the cost of the console............. it's cheaper to just upgrade my PC.
The Xbox One and PS4 have become too much like PCs. Too many of the same games, too many of the same functions, and much too close to the same total price. I'm beginning to ask myself why I would want a console at all when my PC plays most of the same games, the PC version games are cheaper to buy, I get free online, and my PC can do so much more than any of these consoles can do.
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I owned a 360 and PS3 this generation. Had planned on getting both next gen as well, but with the DRM crap that MS was trying to pull..I just can't do it. I'll get the PS4. What's sad, is even with the XboX One's high price tag, the games looked great enough to where i would have shelled it out for the console at a later date. Now it's no deal at all due to their poor business decisions regarding their customers.
I don't really need a water cooler/remote control as of right now.
I can easily afford both consoles at launch but I'm the same as you. I don't have enough time for different platforms. PC is dead to me. I rarely touch my 3DS and Xbox 360 (I'm not denying the fact that they have some great games!). Vita gets used from time to time but my Playstation 3 is my main source of entertainment. I will do the same with the giant eraser which is the Playstation 4. I will buy the Xbox One without a doubt but it's going to be a wait and see.
PS4 and PC seem like the way to go.
Though, hopefully with the x86 architecture and what looks like developing relations with big time PC devs like Blizzard with Diablo and then Valve on PS3, as well as pushing for Planetside 2 and other F2P PC games on PS4 maybe down the line traditionally PC only devs might see PS4 as a viable platform
Wouldnt surprise me. They've got so much right with this one
Last edited by Nitey; 06-11-2013 at 16:46.
I just wanted to say that we are happy to have you and I really hope you get to have a $#@!-ton of joy out of the PS4! It's always nice getting some new blood in the Playstation Nation
The surest sign that you are on the right side of a debate is when you find yourself against those who are stuck in the past because they have no future.
I to will be coming to the playstation family ."We don't provide the 'easy to program for' console that (developers) want, because 'easy to program for' means that anybody will be able to take advantage of pretty much what the hardware can do, so then the question is, what do you do for the rest of the nine-and-a-half years?"
--Kaz Hirai, CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment
Welcome to the fold everyone, I look forward to having gaming discussions with you all!
Last edited by mistercrow; 06-11-2013 at 17:44.
I'll be honest. I've been mostly playing Xbox this generation. I started with the ps3 but they lack in multi-platform gaming but were still a must own casue of hte exclusives (uncharted, mlb, infamous, killzone are some of my favorite games this generation). I'm so glad that they got this on lock though cuase it saves me the money of having to buy an xbox to play all the multi platform games.
I was 50/50 last generation.....i'm 100% behind Sony this generation. I don't envision a scenario where I buy an xbox one at tis point. I'll just keep that hooked up to play all my old games.
Welcome to the Party!
Sony changed a lot of heart, by actually appealing to gamers.
Xbox is dead to me now only one route to take you'd have to be a real hardened fan to stick with xbox
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Not all sunshine over here either as we now have to pay for online play. Sony should be ashamed. At least PS+ is worth it.
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