I'll be getting this and the whatever the next console from Microsoft is. I like having all the current consoles/handhelds because it gives me choices and I don't get screwed out of exclusives.
That being said, I am excited though for the next Playstation. It had a lot of amazing support from Japanese developers and continues to do so. I play my Playstation most as of recent because of this. I'm always importing some new PS3 JRPG or the like.
But brand loyalty? So-so. I may like one more than the other, but in the end I like them all in some fashion.
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I don't think I've lived through a single console gen where I only had one competitors console. Had a Snes/Genesis, N64/PS1, PS2/Xbox and I got a cube once it was defunct and 89 bucks and this gen I had all 3 but I ended up selling the wii.
I could care less what corporate entity makes the box I stick my games in. Cult like devotion to a certain gaming box is what 15 year olds do. Next gen I'll probably wait for a price drop then pick up whatever console I think offers more value and then grab the other ones as the prices drop, like I always do. Heck I have a pretty bad ass PC now to so unless any of the consoles get some really killer apps, I might just stick with my PC and ignore the consoles all together next gen.
If I can find out what games there are for it (backwards compatibility would be nice, but I'm fine as long as my current PS3 doesn't break). I generally would favor PC for multiplats but I can go to PS4 for the multiplats I can't do on PC. Wii U also has some games I am interested in playing.
Absolutely. I owned a Wii and Xbox 360 for years before getting a PS3 last fall, and the PS3 blows them out of the water. The only thing that could make me turn on Sony at this point is if they really go through with phasing out used games; that's the only straw that could break this camel's back.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.