As Sony ends production of the PS2, it's time for the game industry to move - as it likes to - forward, with a new wave of machines unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
I am not saying this will never take off, I just don't think it will be anytime soon. I for one have PC, PS3, Wii U, and Galaxy3 phone. I have all the gaming I need till PS4 comes out. I guess I could be wrong, but I doubt it.
I probably wouldn't buy it as I already have a beast of a gaming computer that is hooked up to my 55" LEDTV in my living room, but for everyone that doesn't have a lot of room this seems to be a great option. I also like that it is upgradable, I think the console makers should make consoles upgradable in some way. I own a PS3 original model 80GB, a Xbox360 that came out in 2010, used to have the wii. I just love them all, I don't discriminate :-)
I'm with Santista. It looks great, but already owning everything I need...I'm not anxious to switch over. I'd rather upgrade my pc, or grab the next best console (whoever that may be). In the end, I'm glad there are SO many options coming into play.
It will all depend on cost really. If I can buy/build a gaming PC for less than what these are offered for, I will buy/build a gaming PC. But if these end up costing less, and have the same gaming abilities as a gaming PC, minus all the desktop stuff, then I will buy one of these.
The deciding factor for these will be the price, if priced below a gaming PC, then they may just take off.
Gabe said good for $99, better for $300 and best for what u willing to spend. So deciding factor is how much power and features these packages will have.
it means only one thing: trouble for sony.
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