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    wii and a good pc thats all u need?

    yes it is all u need a wii and a pc.... why well u know why u need a wii but the pc has lots of gamesthe 360 has and will have like assigns creed... halo wars etc and from ps3 unreal 2007.. so screw ps3 and 360 get pc and wii

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    What about games on the go


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    No offence, but I don't even understand what you are trying to say. Every system has it's benefits and downfalls.

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    wii yes, good PC is more expensive than an xbox360 or ps3, so meh..

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    Yeah and assains cread looks like a good game
    you just dont need a ps3 yet


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    nah having games on consoles is way better than putting it on PC. One thing i know from experiance is that if you have more than seven games on ur PC then thigs start to go wrong no matter what computer you have. Your computers slows down ALOT. You may find that it takes 20 mins to switch comp on.

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    The PC is nice and all if you can afford the cost and problems, but it only has a handful of games I'd want to play on it, like Half-life 2 and Crysis and games like that which look best and play best with a keyboard/mouse. I'm not into playing 3rd person games with a mouse and keyboard because you have no analog control. Your character is either moving or standing still, you can't vary the speed. That's horrible for games like Splinter Cell, which require you to sneak at some points and run in others.

    I think Wii60 is the best way to go because I've heard on IGN that many of the 360 versions of games look better than those on the PS3. Of course, PS3 will probably have some great, unique franchises sooner or later like the PS2 does and GTA will come out at some point, so when PS3 is like $300, I'll probably pick it up. I just got a PS2 this summer and am enjoying quite a few games, so there's nothing wrong in waiting.

    Also, I'd say you need a DS lite to complete the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NateTheGreat
    The PC is nice and all if you can afford the cost and problems, but it only has a handful of games I'd want to play on it, like Half-life 2 and Crysis and games like that which look best and play best with a keyboard/mouse. I'm not into playing 3rd person games with a mouse and keyboard because you have no analog control. Your character is either moving or standing still, you can't vary the speed. That's horrible for games like Splinter Cell, which require you to sneak at some points and run in others.
    Just get an XBox 360 controller because they connect straight into your pc, just been playing Pro Evo 5 with mine.
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    You have a good grip on the gaming world. you know what games you enjoy, you remain somewhat even in a debate through the consoles. undoubtably a "Super Fanboy" has called you a fanboy when you are not one but rather just stating facts. you are invalueable in a discussion on consoles.

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