nope, i don't buy systems at launch because there's usually not enough games that interest me, i always wait at least a year so there's a decent library of games. having no games at launch would be terrible --- PSN: dragonlibrarian plays; SSFIITHDR, SFIII: OE, MVC2, AH3, Hard Corps, Moon Diver, X-Men Arcade, Castle Crashers, Unreal Tournament III. feel free to add me.
iam a playstation fanboy your damn straight i'll buy a ps4 with or without games
assuming its not as expensive as the ps3 was, 600$ for 60gigs? that was a painful for me to buy
but then again i'd rather pay 600$ for a 60gig with ps2 compatibility then 300$ for a 80gig without the compatibility
now if i wanna enjoy my old games like ace combat 5 and socom 5 i'll have to dish out 50$ for a ps2 which is most likely break within a month or so. sony needs to bring backward compatibility back i got all these ps2 games and i cant play them anymore --- JUGGALO FOR LIFE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HlFUbeP77g
No. I'm tired of being a guinea pig for new hardware. I waited a year this generation, and still ended up with a hardware failure. Ugh. I just want Sony, or someone, to do some damn quality testing (real world, and theoretical). I just want some common sense used before releasing a console.
Then again, I just want to see a GAMING console released that is focused on GAMING.