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Submitted by karamsoul 515d ago | opinion piece

Budgeting for Next Gen Consoles

John Finch gives his humorous take on how exactly to save up some money to buy your favorite launch console: "So we’re in the final hour, quickly approaching the much anticipated glory that is the next generation of consoles. Sony’s PS4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One will be released on November 15th and November 22nd respectively, and you’re excited because you put some money down on a pre-order way back when. There are even those hoping that without a full pre-order they’ll be able to secure a launch system of their very own. Either way, the big problem is that after a couple of crazy nights out drinking, the occasional expensive date and all that pizza/chinese delivery, you really don’t have much cash left." (Culture)

RaptgamersUnited  +   515d ago
Good point made. Good Read

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