Yeah, I usually don't play games, but The Last of Us was just so darn good.
The only thing with the PS4 as compared to the PS3 is that PS4 has not many games right now. The PS3 has all of the PS3 games, as well as most of the good PS2 games that either got put on PSN or got HD remakes. Plus most of the PS4 games coming out are still getting PS3 versions, such as MGS5 that I'm actually excited about.
I've been trying to sell my 360 for ages but no one wants it. Trying to get rid of my PC too. Not taking it to college so might as well sell it. --- http://steamcard.com/do/nxe/iggysmartbomb.png i5 2400 l Asus ENGTX 460 l HAF 912 l Gigabyte Z68 l 8GB G.SKILL RAM l 520w Antec HCG l SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 1TB
I was looking at getting a ps3 but it's only $150 more for a ps4...but the ps4 isn't backwards compatible...so I'm not sure what to do. :p --- A leader of "The Shinies" (o_o) the psp will soon start to outsell the ds by a very large margin. ~blatzPS3
My friend has lent me Fire Emblem on 3DS had it almost 5 months now... Only half way through it. I just don't play games any more. --- Good old Arsenal. We're proud to say that name. While we sing this song. We'll win the game.
I haven't thought about buying a game or console in months. Am I broken?
Nah, that's just what happens when you get older and real life takes up more and more game time. I still haven't finished the story to GTAV, The Last of Us, or even freakin' Skyrim. --- I hear the cackles of the crowd; they're laughing at us. And we haven't even gotten to the part where it's a joke.
But ya, I dont play games anymore really, except for this down month until my Jeep is done. I finished it today, or so I thought. Started driving down the road and the steering wheel was wobbling like crazy. Sooo...probably another week of no vehicle.
I have a PS3 and I'll be moving into my own apartment this weekend, so I'll finally start working through that backlog. The Last of Us is on my list of games to play, but I may not get to it for a while. --- http://steamcard.com/do/original/wolfey316.png Master at ignoring problems until they resolve themselves or amplify exponentially.