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IŽd go for the PS3.
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IŽd go for the PS3.
get a ps3 and get a wii u later when it has more games
this. hopefully by then they''ll have fixed the god awful way accounts work on the Wii-U
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i say ps3, not just cause were on the ps3 board, but also cause wiiu is too new, all the great games arent comin out yet, while ps3 has been around forever, and theres already alot of great games out
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Ill wait a few weeks until destination playstation and see if the announce a new system for this year or next year if so grab a wii u. Pretty sure vita will have similar features as it does with ps3 with their new system.
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At the very least wait until the new smash bros until you get the Wii U.
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PS3 it already has a huge library, and more great games are coming out this year.
Shamefully the WiiU is lacking games atm, so it might be best to wait to get one for a while.
Launch console, still has bugs to work out, small library (good for a launch console, but still small).
Backwards compatible with Wii (though not GameCube), including Wii's Virtual Console and WiiWare, plus its own eShop.
Small onboard memory storage, expandable via external hard drive.
Only place to play 1st party Nintendo games, if different enough from the competition, likely to get many 3rd party exclusives.
Last gen console, well developed library, inexpensive, thoroughly debugged.
Backwards compatible with PS1 games, a variety of games available on PSN including but not limited to PS1 and PS2 games.
Substantial onboard memory storage, various console models with different internal hard drive sizes.
Only place for 1st party Sony games, significant library overlap with Xbox 360.
They're both worth it one way or another.
Wii U would probably be the better value if you never had a Wii, since you get two game libraries with one purchase, and new games will be coming out for it for a good half a decade, though since it's current library is small, you'd probably spend most of your time with Wii games. Then again, if you never owned a PS3 or 360, a number of high profile current gen games were ported to the Wii U.
If you did or do own a Wii however, PS3 is by far the better choice. By not quite as far though if you own or owned a 360.
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Is it? Dont get me wrong, ill get a wii-u eventualy but there isnt that much stuff out there (ofc, the console is a few months old).
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seriously buy ps3 and get wii u later until wii u have more games
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