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    See, more people were posting when Fluffy was the topic.

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    Quote by: Danny_c from Ps3forums

    no thanks. i could not care less about home. its a very neat idea, but i didnt buy a video game system to enter a "virtual" world.

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    Lets continue, shall we?

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    Heh, well the thread is pretty derailed now :P

    i think one thing people can agree with is

    the PS3 is pretty much the Console hardcore system, its expensive, the games are almost all "Hardcore", and the install base is, and most likely always will be, significantly smaller than the other consoles, the PS3 is the Xbox1 of this generation

    The Xbox 360 is the best balanced of all, it has a good mix of all types (casual and hardcore) and the best online (i dont own one, but i even think the online tops the pc) if it wasnt for the hardware problems, it would be even better

    the PC is the most hardcore of all the systems, this is pretty much undenyable. it is also technically the cheapest in the long run (the PS3 is supposed to last 10 years, the average gamer buys 3 games a month, you pay 15 more per PS3 Game than a PC game, over 10 years you spend 5400 more on the PS3 than pc just on games, for 5 Grand you can build a super computer every 2.5 years and still have plenty of cash over)

    and the Wii is the social/more casual console, it will have the least "Hardcore games" (Remember hardcore=!Good, just different style) but it will also have the best sofa multiplayers (aka party games) it will be the console with the best marketshare (it already almost is) and it is the cheapest to buy, and cheapest to run (games are 29.99, only 5 more than a pc game) if you (like me) have lots of freinds, and have them over often, this is the console of choice


    no console is bad persay, it depends on who you are

    (i own a PC for Hardcore games, and a wii for party games, IMO the best combo)

    Source for average 3 games a month is from an IGN survey, its on the site somewhere


    to the original post, the reasons above are why wiifit is the smart choice

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    Yeah I know its ridiculous! Of course Wii Fit was certainly for the casual gamer, not for us hardcore gamers. What I wonder is if the casual gamers are going to get a hardcore edge eventually in their life! Sony did win E3 by far with the new MGS4 trailer and Killzone 2! But of course those casual bastards at New York Times are more interested in Wii Fit because its boring, just like them. I dont think they really have a say in it. Let the real gamers decide!

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    Back on topic

    On topic: From http://www.gamespot.com/news/6174737...le;picks;img;2right out of Miyamoto's mouth.
    [5:24] Q: What other applications does Miyamoto see for the Wii Fit controller in the future?

    [5:25] A: There's a variety of possibilities. One example is a snowboarding game. In fact, Wii Fit already includes a skiing game, so adapting this would be easy. Third parties will be free to develop their own ideas for the Wii balance board as well.
    Wiifit and Mariokart Wii are the kickers of E3 for Ninty. They will sell the hell out of this. Some devs will have some great ideas for this balance board. Hell there are 40 things to do in Wiifit as it comes. I for one will buy it and the SSX that will follow.

    Everyone keeps saying "they didn't show ssbb enough" did you just want to hear about the games you already know about? How about new stuff. I could have heard more about more channels and release dates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe
    Yeah I know its ridiculous! Of course Wii Fit was certainly for the casual gamer, not for us hardcore gamers. What I wonder is if the casual gamers are going to get a hardcore edge eventually in their life! Sony did win E3 by far with the new MGS4 trailer and Killzone 2! But of course those casual bastards at New York Times are more interested in Wii Fit because its boring, just like them. I dont think they really have a say in it. Let the real gamers decide!
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