The XB1 is a disaster, be honest about the Wii U

#31terrancejonesPosted 3/29/2014 8:15:46 AM
Might be getting off topic with that, but it is agreeable that Both the 3DS and Vita will have great games no matter what.
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If people want the Wii U Cheaper, and the cost of the White model is already the price of the 3DS XL, are they saying they want it the same price as a 3DS?
#32sharinaginPosted 3/29/2014 8:18:58 AM(edited)
Sell it to Not Gamestop and put the money towards a decent PC instead of a WiiU. Or just get a 3DSXL or a Vita if theres anything on there that interests you and you don't have one already.
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#33InfiniteHERO(Topic Creator)Posted 3/29/2014 8:19:21 AM
sharinagin posted...
Sell it to Not Gamestop and put the money towards a decent PC instead of a WiiU. Or just get a 3DSXL if theres anything on there that interests you and you don't have one already.


Not interested in PC gaming thanks for the reply though
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#34googlerPosted 3/29/2014 8:20:09 AM
You're asking whether you should trade in your SNES for a Sega master system
#35sharinaginPosted 3/29/2014 8:23:33 AM
mhollan3 posted...
You have a PS4, get the Wii U and enjoy it. No always on camera, and VC.

They changed this months ago, but keep saying it anyways.
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#36NikraPosted 3/29/2014 8:27:33 AM(edited)
sharinagin posted...
Sell it to Not Gamestop and put the money towards a decent PC instead of a WiiU. Or just get a 3DSXL or a Vita if theres anything on there that interests you and you don't have one already.


Buying a Gaming PC is a nonstop Deep hole in which to throw a lot of Money on a regular basic:
If you want to keep up with the newest games, you have to pay big bucks in about every half year on Graphics in order to play said game on an okay graphic level.
#37DarthLaharlPosted 3/29/2014 8:31:14 AM
Bob the Almighty posted...
Yeah I think it would be. Personally I felt owning a PS3 and 360 last gen became kind of redundant so I just bought a PS4 this time. But Nintendo consoles make a good "secondary system" to either your Xbox or your PlayStation (depending on if you're an Xbox guy or a PlayStation guy obviously).

The Wii U has a fairly good library right now, especially if you like platformers. Mario 3D, New Super Mario Bros U, and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze are all fun to play with friends. Mario Kart is less than two months out. The Wind Waker HD is an outstanding game.

I really advocate a PS4+Wii U or XB1+Wii U two system combo. I just wish it had a better name like last gen (Wii60 for Wii+360 owners, PSWii for PS3+Wii owners, or PSWii60 for PS3+Wii+360 owners :p).


Now they're called 'XStation U' or 'WiiStation One' owners. At least that's what I say anyway.
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#38sharinaginPosted 3/29/2014 9:22:05 AM(edited)
Nikra posted...
Buying a Gaming PC is a nonstop Deep hole in which to throw a lot of Money on a regular basic:
If you want to keep up with the newest games, you have to pay big bucks in about every half year on Graphics in order to play said game on an okay graphic level.

Yeah, that's a huge exaggeration. You need to do graphics cards upgrades like once every two-three years unless you're obsessed with Always Having The Most Powerful PC That You Possibly Can. And RAM, CPU, harddrives, etc. get updated a lot less frequently than that.
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Our knowledge has made us cynical. Our cleverness, hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery we need humanity.
#39googler2Posted 3/29/2014 9:27:52 AM
sharinagin posted...
Nikra posted...
Buying a Gaming PC is a nonstop Deep hole in which to throw a lot of Money on a regular basic:
If you want to keep up with the newest games, you have to pay big bucks in about every half year on Graphics in order to play said game on an okay graphic level.

Yeah, that's a huge exaggeration. You need to do graphics cards upgrades like once every two-three years unless you're obsessed with Always Having The Most Powerful PC That You Possibly Can. And RAM, CPU, harddrives, etc. get updated a lot less frequently than that.
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Our knowledge has made us cynical. Our cleverness, hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery we need humanity.


this. New games are much cheaper but unless you're OCD and need everything on Ultra Max settings, you'll be good every 3 years or more
#40Puckswack12Posted 3/29/2014 9:43:28 AM
InfiniteHERO posted...
sharinagin posted...
Sell it to Not Gamestop and put the money towards a decent PC instead of a WiiU. Or just get a 3DSXL if theres anything on there that interests you and you don't have one already.


Not interested in PC gaming thanks for the reply though



Curious why? There's a reason it's considered the master platform..
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