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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by vashivihan, Feb 20, 2008.
ZOMG, it's a 3-way!
A 3 console generation is a great thing for gamers. I never understand the whole fanboy routine. If I had enough money, I would buy all 3. Each of the systems have their own benefits.
SEGA outsold Nintendo's SNES.
do you ever post anything other than links....its like your robot
Even if all the consoles ended in a three-way tie, it still wouldn't shut the fanboys up.
may be i am, maybe i aint. just trying to help everyone kep up.
This is a good thing though.
Variety is good, and we have tons of it, and I am happy living in a time where we have so much to play. Sure I want Nintendo to come out on top, but its the competition is great.
just as help for your future news, it does help that you post your own thoughts to start a discussion going.
i dont really care wether you post links only, just as some advice im telling you that
keep the news coming vashi
ill keep that in mind mr santi.
haha i was gonna say that, changed my mind though
ha ha talk about Freudian slips
Sega never did that well with their consoles. Although Genesis was outright their most successful console, they simply couldn't pull in as much in sales as Nintendo. I hate it when people give opinions and no facts/sales figures. Look them up if you don't believe me.
The 360 and PS3 are starting to have a lot in common, it's like Blue Ray vs HD DVD. Big business will demand one winner for better sales. So whether you like it or not, there will be a clear 2nd place winner. It will probably become a brutal battle, because this time around the factor is production costs. Games cost and insane amount of money to make for the 360 and PS3 ($10-$20 million). That means developers will cross platform more. That means both consoles will start looking the same. Just look at the recent ports Devil May Cry 4. They look almost exactly the same on both consoles. The lack of variety will doom one of them, and the Wii with it's variety will continue to gain.
If the gap is too big, it could keep one console #1 and one console dead last. In the end it's not just consoles sold, but variety that keeps each console unique to the consumer.