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What should be included in next-generation video game systems

E3 2011 is fast approaching, and the big three console makers are expected to announce their plans for their future systems.

Nintendo has already announced development on its next console, at this point code named "Project Cafe."

Sony's upcoming handheld, the NGP, is the powerful successor to the the PlayStation Portable, which came to American store shelves in 2005.

Microsoft is the wild card, with rumors swirling that big time game makers already have development kits for their unnanounced Xbox 360 follow-up.

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piroh1947d ago (Edited 1947d ago )

backward compatibility

anyway it's too soon to discuss

Uncharted3Goty1947d ago

i agree and many more to come it is the next gen consoles so expect be things from it.

fluffydelusions1947d ago (Edited 1947d ago )

Definitely not to soon. Companies are working on next gen systems and it would be nice if they listened to the user base for what to improve upon and so on.

wicked1947d ago (Edited 1947d ago )

I agree 100% backward compatibility.

JsonHenry1947d ago

Well, if history is any judge of what is going to be in the systems all you have to do is take what is considered a top tier PC configuration and cut it back in scale/power by about 2/3 and that is what will be in your new consoles.

piroh1947d ago

PC with Cell and Bluray in 2006???

JsonHenry1947d ago (Edited 1947d ago )

The Cell is hardly anything innovative or powerful. Regular CPUs from AMD/Intel at the time could work circles around it. (when it comes to running video games)

Blu-Ray is just a storage medium. And yes, despite what you think, PCs had Blu-Ray players in 2006.

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TabLock1947d ago

screenshots via keyboard, party systems, custom music, cross game chat, backward compat, bluray, 4usbs,

DrFUD1947d ago

dont forget the sausage

ThePsychoGamer1947d ago

backward compatibility

Personlized soundtracks (I knon Xbox already douse that. but I'd like to see it on PS4/Cafe as well.)

A good web browser, we could actually have rhis now if Sony/Nintendo put in the effort to keep the browser up to date.

That's all I can think of.

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