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Submitted by legendoflex 572d ago | opinion piece

The Next-Gen Question: Where Does Gaming Go From Here?

GenGAME writes: "With all of the talk about the newest Xbox and Playstation consoles, one can only think about the future of gaming as a whole. In the past 6 years, we have seen video games evolve into something beyond the traditional console formula. Technology is evolving, and we even have the power of HD gaming capable in the palm of our hands with the latest generation of “smart” devices. With the ever increasing popularity of Steam, and cloud gaming as a whole on the rise, the big question must be asked: what’s next?" (Microsoft, Next-Gen, Nintendo, Sony, Super Mario 64, Wii U)

Zuperman  +   573d ago
easy. Interest disc & play DUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

or via PSN store.
thorstein  +   572d ago
I think that gaming is going where it is going and will get there when it does.

Damn, I must be psychic!
black911  +   572d ago
Cant go no where but up.
Theyellowflash30  +   572d ago
Xenoblade 2 trailer..... that is next generation for rpgs

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