Jordan says, "When the PS4 and Xbox One were first announced, I was about as disinterested as one could be.
Sure, I was a gamer, and was excited to have new hardware and new games on the shelves. But I was also a college student with a bad habit of collecting dozens and dozens of games on Xbox 360 and PS3. To me, it didn’t seem necessary to upgrade. Nay, I would even venture to say it seemed entirely pointless; what with all the biggest titles such as Call of Duty: Ghosts and Shadow of Mordor making their debuts on last gen hardware as well as the new consoles. They might be a little rough looking, but I was absolutely positive that I would be set for years with almost all of the same quality titles as those who bought the new systems."