would DRM centric consoles increase sales of DRM free portables?

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2 years ago#1
So if it turns out the ps4 is DRM riddled like the xbone, do you think people will turn to portables (vita or 3ds)?
2 years ago#2
Nope.. they'll probably deal mostly with it..
2 years ago#3
I only buy new games anyways, the problem is I trade in games to do so, so it looks like fewer games a year for me :(
2 years ago#4
I am skipping Xbox One, and I would certainly skip a PS4 if it has that DRM.

Wii U I might still get when it is cheaper and has a better library. I do not like the controller, so it would have to be some very fun exclusive games.

3DS and Vita are great so far, The games are great hope to see many more. Also, Vita still needs to fix its game save limit issue.

Gen 3-7 consoles are still good to play and once in a blue moon a good PC game comes out.

So yea, there is enough choices for gamers to skip consoles and go hanheld/retro/PC and be plenty happy.
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