I am for the time being. I don't really have much of a reason to upgrade at the moment. The Xbox One has turned me off because of the DRM policies and Microsoft's ability to turn it back on at the flip of a switch. The PS4 looks good, but I haven't seen anything that makes me need to upgrade to it yet. Anyway, there are still plenty of games on the 360 for me to play.
If the Xbox One was backwards compatible I would be more interested in upgrading, but since it isn't then I don't care as much. I like my current library and I don't want to lose access to it
He has a robot body though, if he farted it would probably come out sounding like dubstep. - ISquat600lbs
Definitely not too soon, this is a long ass generation. I mean sure, I'll still use my 360 from time to time (I still use systems from generations before the current one), but I'll probably pick up a new console and shift most online gaming to that.
You can't make an omelette without crushing dozens of eggs beneath your steel boot and then publicly disemboweling the chickens that laid them as a warning.
I love my 360, and I'll be picking up a PS4 on launch day. However, with only BF4 really piquing my interest on next-gen launch day, I'm going to stick around on 360. GTA V alone is enough to keep me busy for months.
When games like Destiny, The Division, inFamous Second Son, and Deep Down start releasing, then I'm going to start using the PS4 more often. Seeing how great GTA V looks, I still think there is plenty of life left in the 360 (and PS3).
The Price is Right, Don Mattrick, and a nuclear submarine all walk into a bar... Is it GTA V yet? Wake me up when it's GTA V.
Not a backlog -- but I still have certain games I need to play on 360, don't even get me started on PS3. I've neglected that console completely due to a small HDD - I figure most of the titles I want to play should be at least 20 bucks by now.