Veteran gamers often have difficulty choosing which game systems remain hooked up in the house. And when a new generation arrives, it gets harder...
My 360 is always hooked up but it doesn't mean I play it. The last time I bother turning on my 360 was in February when I got MGS HD collection. I'm on my pc more then anything.
I disconnected my 360 almost 9 months ago. Been using my PS3 non-stop. Also hooked up is my N64. And as soon as I move into my new house and can set up a dedicated retro area, there will be my NES, SNES and Genesis
My PS3, Wii and PC. My Vita and 3DS are hooked to their charge cables if that counts lol.
360/PS3(both always connected). 360 my main machine has my multiplats,few exclusives and HBOGO. I use PS3 whenever I wanna watch blu-rays or go solo and, play single player exclusives. And I prefer Netflix on PS3. My Gamecube in case friends come over smash bros melee, Double dash, Mario party. My PS2 is in a box that I hook up every summer to replay Kingdom hearts 1 and 2. 3DS/DS always charged. Ill admit I have not used my PSP recently but that might change since summer is here.
PS3, PC, Wii, a Retron (NES, Genesis, SNES) and a SEGA Saturn. My DS, 3DS, and Vita also have a nice little charging nook on the edge of my entertainment center.
PS3 & Wii U.. Soon PS4 will be added to the mix.. I had a 360 but had no use for it the past 3 years so i sold it..
Atm, PS2, PS3, Wii U and GC.
360, PS3 (BC model), Wii U, Ouya, Dreamcast, Consolized Neo Geo MVS, AV Modded Atari 7800, and something else I can't mention on this site until I'm ready to reveal it.
PC (Desktop) - More demanding games. PC (Laptop) - Emulators and less demanding games. PS3 - Constantly in use Vita - Constantly in use, next to my bed Wii U - I love Netflix
wii= smash bros brawl online ps3 = red dead redemption online
NES, super nintendo, nintendo 64, xbox, 360, ps2, ps3. Every once in a while I'll go dig out the sega, turbo graphyx 16, or sega saturn. Pc, psp, and ds haven't got much play time lately. Oh, and a wii but that's more for the wifey.Had a working intellivision(repaired many times) til about a month ago but it finally died for good this time I think.
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