I think we're going to have a very lopsided generation this time around, which is actually the norm.
There are only two times in the 35+ year history of console gaming that a generation has NOT been lopsided. The first time was SNES vs Genesis (SNES won, but not by a huge margin). The second time was last gen when no one console dominated by a huge margin.
But other than those two instances, there is a console that dominates by a very large amount, and I... #3
They did a pretty good job with Deus Ex: HR, so I hope they can do a great job again with the new Thief. The info we have for it so far sounds way too...modernized, but let's hope they can capture the fun essence of the original games (tons of exploration, lots of nooks to explore, multiple points of entry/exit, using items for more than just combat, interesting story delivered through overheard conversations and visual design, not just cutscenes, etc)
For me, Dishonored... #1
I'm not sure many people will see it that way. I'm sure many people will see a $500 Wii-U with a Playstation logo slapped on it and think "no thanks".
No, for the PS4 to shine and for the Vita to shine, they need to shine on their own. I'm totally fine with some cross-compatibility and added features (like I said, I'm gonna use Remote Play quite a bit), but the systems need to be their own thing. #2.1.1
What's your point? I'm not disagreeing, but what's your point? The article asks if polls prove most hardcore gamers are Playstation fans.
To which I reply: no. The polls prove that most hardcore gamers are game fans, irregardless of brand loyalty. Many die-hard brand loyalists (like the examples I gave above) are actually pretty casual, all things considered.
The author also makes a completely baseless argument that there's NO WAY the polls wi... #1.1.2