GR: Talk about a complete 720. In just one week, I went from being ecstatic that there was finally some buzz surrounding next generation consoles, to wanting to punch the Internet. In the face.
Agreed. These rumors are getting a bit out of hand.
I agree. Some of these rumors have been pretty crazy regarding Sony and Microsoft's consoles. What's even worse is that random sites are now getting in on the action and starting a few rumors up themselves. Some are even putting out articles or stories that try to confirm the rumors.
The internet is like a giant game of telephone in a special ed class..
I really don't pay attention to rumors...ever, pretty much.
LOL... Good on you guys! I too want to punch the internet in the face sometimes....
Just cause it's easy to make up a rumor doesn't mean you should. You don't see me going around saying the PS4 online will have to be payed for and the Xbox 720 will use cartridges instead of disks.
Every rumor I have seen so far looks in a way believable. If they are even half way true, I am proud of what was speculated and will be purchasing all 3 anyway. Especially the Nintendo Wii U entertanment console. I don't care about used games, online all the time, specs, or any of the speculation. The Nintendo Wii U has some of the craziest rumors yet. If they are true or not... Day 1 purchase. High specs, low specs, weak specs, no specs, Mario and many other Nintendo franchises will return and lead the industry forward with trend setting gameplay once again. Continuing the Nintendo tradition of great gameplay and superior game design. I hope everyone finds a way to injoy their console of choice and have a great day and happy gaming. Rated E For Everyone
And you don't just spring one up and get good at it overnight. Just Sayin
Agree completely. If Nintendo REALLY wants to befriend 3rd parties then, imo, they should have a killer online service and structure. How crazy would it be if Valve helped with their online service?
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