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Submitted by fathoms 1076d ago | opinion piece

So, Who's Bored With This Generation?

With the new consoles looming on the horizon, we wonder just how many gamers are anxiously awaiting the next generation. Many fans seem quite...content. (Culture, Next-Gen)

-Alpha  +   1076d ago
Hardly. Too big of a backlog, and now with PS+ I'm even more busy.
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PoSTedUP  +   1076d ago
i am... i've bought the vita, and am now strictly gaming on the Vita and PS2 playing new vita games n old psp/ps2 games that i may have missed. bought harvest moon psp, LC stories psp, shadow collusus ps2, ff12 ps2, SO3:TEOT in the last couple months and am about to buy a 3DS to hook up with some other awesome RPG's. i'll most likely be doing this until Ps4 releases, trying get in as much gaming as possible and then continue where i left off with the PS3 probably a quarter of the way into next generation. im a gamer and this is how i game : )

i can't believe i missed out on some of these games at the time... can't play them all i suppose...
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Psycho_PS3Truthh  +   1076d ago
When someone is crying for next generation it is more than likely not a PS3 gamer upon the earth, everyone within society who owns a PS3 is surely happy of what is going on. The only reason I would like to see the omnipotent and omnipresent PS4 next year is because I just want to see it? HAHA. I expect the PS4 to be release in 2014 when the king PS3 is tired and must hand the crown over to his younger son the PS4 which will continue to represent true gaming across the entire earth.

for a good while now playstation 3 is constantly dominating world wide sales except for america, people are buying the PS3 to play what they missed or what are about to come within now and next year.
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DarkSniper  +   1076d ago
Dark Sniper couldn't have said it any better himself. Well said.

PlayStation is the worldwide leader in consumer electronics. With over 300 million consoles sold since 1994, PlayStation is the brand synonymous with video games. Making it a household name across all families and friends across the globe.

PlayStation®3 is enjoying the stretch run of being the sole strength and support of this current generation. Ken Kutaragi chose stability and longevity with his product, as opposed to using shock value gimmicks and corporate spin. Which is why PlayStation is advantageous to the masses.

With PlayStation®3 dominating the market in total worldwide sales, next generation will be no different for Sony. Next gen will not start until PlayStation®4 is announced.

$niper

Twitter:@therealdsniper
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TheColbertinator  +   1076d ago
Holy sh!t its the master of the Sony Sniper Armada
yabhero  +   1074d ago
Curse you LX, I should have seen this coming.
DarkSniper Psycho_PS3Truthh team up!
On topic. I just got a PS3 and have a lot of games to play. WiiU will cover me for next gen...

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