Ben G of VideoGameOlogists.com writes:
"As a gamer, I find it enjoyable to get a system for the multitude of games that are on it. I purchased a PlayStation 3 for Sonic, LittleBigPlanet, Uncharted, and many other series I felt I’d enjoy. I got a Wii for Brawl, Super Mario Galaxy, and the many games I knew were going to come out for it. I had gotten a 360 so I may play on Xbox Live with Resident Evil 5, Borderlands, Halo: Reach, and BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. By purchasing these systems, I knew I’d want future games for them that were bound to be released (Skyward Sword for Wii, the Assassin’s Creed games on PS3/360, etc.). If there is one thing I’ve noticed about people who call themselves gamers, however, it’s the fact that they give themselves that title when they own a system for only one or two games. They didn’t get those one or two games in waiting for more games to come out; they only wanted those two games in the years that the system(s) had been available."