It--Heroes online gaming--won't always be in force. The best time will be when the most people are online playing it, you'll get the best game selection, will be able to play even in off hours, maybe even have some clan gaming. In time, a few weeks, maybe even a few months, a lot of people will stop playing it, and only the diehards will remain. Still fun, but not as many options. Eventually, it could be completely abandoned for a bigger, better title (after Nintendo finally relents and allows voicechat). Halo 3's online will always be there. Lesser online titles have a long life, but not an infinite one.Originally Posted by FWELR
Whereas the Mario Galaxy experience won't change a year (or 3) from now. Part of the reason I put off buying Prime 3 was the same. It's value isn't going to decrease, even though it's price will. For online play, though, you really have to strike while the iron's hot to get the best bang for your buck.
I won't tell anyone which they should get first, I'm sure they know what they want. Me, I like to squeeze every gaming dollar for all it's worth.