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If you don't play it often then go for it, but just don't expect a to be able to have a decent size game library with the Wii U straight away. I bought the Wii U at launch but I'm playing more Xbox and Vita at the moment just because I don't have anything new on Wii U. That is to say, if you can, have both consoles for the time being.
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I should have mentioned I don't play my PS3 much anymore.
If you've exhausted the library and played pretty much everything you've wanted to play on it, then it doesn't do you much good just sitting at your house. I mean, to get the most money, you gotta sell it before the PS4 hits. Then again, the Wii U doesn't have anything absolutely worth having right now, so you could wait until there's more Wii U games you want or there's a temporary price drop. Most of the games on Wii U you can get right now are on other consoles, and if you don't play Sonic Racing on PS3, you most likely won't play it much on Wii U. Overall, I'd say wait until November, where there's bound to be some sort of awesome Wii U bundle deal and more games. By then, you might even have enough money so you'd only have to part with some of your PS3 games.
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