Every generation of video games has had its fair share of rabid fanboys, flame wars and complete and utter idiots. Most importantly, however, every generation has had some kind of identity. The 16-bit era is often considered the "Golden Age" of gaming: filled with spectacular RPGs, platformers and scrolling shooters. The days of the N64/Playstation/Saturn ushered the birth of 3D gameplay. Now, though, there really isn't too much identity other than motion control and online experience. The bad clearly out-weighs the good in the current console generation. What are the top five reasons why?