Too Many Current Games to play Everyday Life making it impossible cause of the rising prices of living Dont care so you will skip altogether next-gen and will not get them
it's mainly a mixture of these 3 as to why i am not interested in next gen, plus i don't want a ps4 anyway. --- UK Female Gamer PC specs: AMD FX BULLDOZER 4100 QUAD CORE 4.0ghz ATI HD6670 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/HUYI1
Any intelligent person will want a lot of information to make an informed decision. We don't have enough info yet to do that. --- "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right." -Henry Ford
Games are still looking better and better with each release.
What about games like Battlefield 3 which not only look much worse on Consoles, but don't provide the same experience as well? 64 Players on PC, as opposed to the measly sum on Consoles. Essentially making the game a different overall experience on the PC, when compared to the Console Versions. We get a lesser game because Current Consoles cannot provide us with the power needed, to give us the experience that was intended by Devs in the first place
There is no way around this. As we go forward, this will continue to become more and more apparent, as it will become more and more prevalent. More than ever, Consoles are trying to keep up with PC in some manner. They are becoming more PC like. The power is needed when considering 3rd Party Franchises like Battlefield, and you can be sure that there are titles in the works that simply aren't possible on Current Consoles, without making huge sacrifices. It IS needed
It does feel a bit soon yes, and that sucks. Many of us are only now getting accustom to our Consoles, and are really getting into Current Gen. Personally, I have only begun to love my PS3 about 2 years ago, and I think Current Gen has really come into its own as of recent. However, I understand that there is indeed a need for new hardware. To suggest it isn't needed is ridiculous --- PS3 without Immersion lacks Rumble and PS3 without Rumble lacks Immersion. Finally Sony did the right thing