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What's the most important element for the Next Playstation?

#1Arsene-LupinPosted 2/5/2013 2:06:54 PM
What's the most important element for the Next Playstation? - Results (28 votes)
Pricing
10.71% (3 votes)
3
Hardware ability (1080p / 60fps native, etc.)
14.29% (4 votes)
4
Internal storage capacity
3.57% (1 votes)
1
Full backwards compatibility (all three: PS3/PS2/PS1)
25% (7 votes)
7
Partial backwards compatibility (only two: PS3/PS2/PS1)
3.57% (1 votes)
1
Limited backwards compatibility (only one: (PS3/PS2/PS1)
3.57% (1 votes)
1
Nintendo Gimmicks (motion controls/touch screen/move/etc.)
3.57% (1 votes)
1
Game Library (at launch)
28.57% (8 votes)
8
Digital Content Services (PS+, PSN)
3.57% (1 votes)
1
Other
3.57% (1 votes)
1
This poll is now closed.
Just trying to get a read on things. Oh, and by B/C I'm referring to hardware, not software, because Sony's track-record with digital b/c is less than stellar (we're still waiting on god-knows how many top-tier PS1 games, after all).

Basically, these are all elements of the next Playstation (which I'm not calling PS4 because it won't be called that in reality) we can realistically expect to see. I'm asking which of these elements YOU, personally, think is most important to the next iteration of the world's most well-known gaming hardware series.
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#2unchartedpwnsPosted 2/5/2013 2:08:09 PM
Full BC or no buy.
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#3theatrical_catPosted 2/5/2013 2:08:52 PM
Pricing. Remember how the PS3 was only for rich jerks when it first came out? That can't happen again.
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#4consumer567Posted 2/5/2013 2:10:51 PM
Pricing. I am done with the Sony and Microsoft of the world if they put out $70 dollar games next gen (wouldn't surprise me)