Jake Teeter: In the end, does it matter if we’re ready or not? The consoles are on their way in the distant future. Personally, however, I’m ready. I only had enough scratch to support one game console and i sided with Wii because, well, it was the cheapest (i bought used) and the software was cheaper too. It was absolutely painful watching PS3 and 360 get games like Left 4 Dead and Bayonetta (Who’s laughin’ now?) while Wii got 50 Minigames Weiner Butt Doody Shovelware Mix. I’d like to see Xbox and PS3 get better specs and better game disc size not to make better looking games, but heartier games. Games that not only look great but don’t fall apart due to bad pacing as a result of memory limitations. Bottom line, I’m ready for Nintendo to be considered a contender again, to not be laughed off by larger game devs.
bulletproof3DS: NONE. That doesn’t mean no. It means that I am not giving no, yes, or maybe as an answer. I simply don’t have one. Because I simply don’t care about all this next gen, last gen crap. All I want are good games and nice consoles. This is why I love Nintendo. There are always so many games, and they have consoles that can last a very long time. I can enjoy their games for a long time, too. I’ve had Super Mario World since I was 5, and I still play it sometimes. I think I’ll leave the whole next gen thing up to the console makers. If they make consoles that I really want, I may buy them. I’m certainly getting a Wii U. This non-answer is not my way of trolling, either. I really mean it. Not trying to annoy anyone lol.
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