Submitted by plut0nash 671d ago | opinion piece

Is it really wise to buy a next-gen console at launch?

Is it really worthwhile buying a next-gen console close to the release date? I question that, with evidence of course.... (Industry, Tag Invalid)

schmoe  +   671d ago
Great piece this.. nice write indeed.
Choc_Salties  +   671d ago
Well, someone HAS to... otherwise we'd all be suffering early adopter syndrome...
plut0nash  +   671d ago
True :) It's not always bad to be an early adopter though.
sdozzo  +   671d ago
Not enough games usually at launch. Twenty something is just so so. Like, if you're an rpg fan what would you play right now on next gen?
Section8  +   671d ago
It is if it's a PS4.

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