Liam from Genuine Gamers takes a look at the speculation surrounding the new Xbox, while pondering what we want from the inevitable new machine and what we can realistically expect to see.
Better graphics, and plenty of "hardcore" titles is all I want. I hope they don't force Kinect onto us, that could be a deal breaker. Nintendo caused this damn casualization of the consoles. I hope they rot for it. I want a core gamers console.
All I want is an upgrade in hardware, keep XBL tight and streamlined and amazing like it already is. Also make it fully backwards compatible, put an end to HD remakes and the like. Keep your Achievements from the 360 and have the ability to add to it with 720 games. Continue to have quality first party support and stellar, if not superior third party support.
I want a machine thats had the shit tested out of it and not rushed out the door to be the first to hit store shelves and then find out its cooks itself again.I don't want the chyme everytime I power up the console or eject the disc it gets annoying. I wouldn't mind a stronger 1st party line up of exclusives. Don't jack the price up on XBL when the new system arrives can't wait to see what this new system will do.
No RROD fiasco again, new IP's, integrate it more with Windows PC and mobile. I'll buy it immediately if the price is right along with their windows phone.
Can we stop killing off the current gen already??????
just get the thing out by fall 2012....have not turned my 360 on since gears 3, not planning on it again, .... AT ALL! Get the new console out, launch with halo 4 in 1080p at 60 frames with zero jaggies and a few other great titles and you got a day one customer. otherwise, gabe newell and steam will keep getting all my money, don't care to play in sub-hd with jaggies unless it's an awesome exclusive like dark souls or gears, and sorry ms, but you got none of those coming, even ps3 has nothing i want that i cannot get cheaper, on pc, with way better graphics and performance. New consoles now!
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