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What Company Should Leave the Gaming Industry?

Microsoft 658 65.28%
 
Nintendo 118 11.71%
 
Sony 229 22.72%
 
Total:1,005

@Ucell agree to disagree, LBP aside, there has never been a first party Sony game that I've wanted to play. And those that I have played haven't been fantastic.

I understand it's subjective, and if you like them then that's great, but Sony's first party efforts, to me, have never been better than average.



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ToxicJosh said:
@Ucell agree to disagree, LBP aside, there has never been a first party Sony game that I've wanted to play. And those that I have played haven't been fantastic.

I understand it's subjective, and if you like them then that's great, but Sony's first party efforts, to me, have never been better than average.

On the other hand, aside from Pokemon, I find Nintendo first-party games not upto par with Sony first-party games. Sony first-party games, along with GTA, is what made me such an avid gamer.

 

Meanwhile, LBP is among the worst of Sony games to me, so clearly our tastes vastly differ. But I guess such different tastes is what allows such variety in game creation, so its all good.



AZWification said:
XboneWins said:
1360 said:

Microsoft brought the first successful online gaming

Sony brought Disc Base Games

Nintendo brought..... Mario?


Hey, now that is not fair.

 

Nintendo also brought Luigi,Peaches and Dinkey Kong. They also brought the game which allows you to do hulahoops without the actual hulahoop and being outside.

They also brought the D-Pad, analog stick, 3D polygonal graphics ( among other things), but those things are irrelevant, amirite?


Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision <- directional pad from 1979

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acetronic-MPU-1000.jpg <- analog stick from 1979

http://www.arcade-museum.com/I/I,_Robot.html <- 3d polygonal game from 1983

 

So.. peaches and hulahoops it is?



What thread topic is toxic, stupid, and inevitably has fanboys flaming eachother? This one.



I predict NX launches in 2017 - not 2016

XboneWins said:
AZWification said:
XboneWins said:
1360 said:

Microsoft brought the first successful online gaming

Sony brought Disc Base Games

Nintendo brought..... Mario?


Hey, now that is not fair.

 

Nintendo also brought Luigi,Peaches and Dinkey Kong. They also brought the game which allows you to do hulahoops without the actual hulahoop and being outside.

They also brought the D-Pad, analog stick, 3D polygonal graphics ( among other things), but those things are irrelevant, amirite?


Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision <- directional pad from 1979

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acetronic-MPU-1000.jpg <- analog stick from 1979

http://www.arcade-museum.com/I/I,_Robot.html <- 3d polygonal game from 1983

 

So.. peaches and hulahoops it is?

The same way I could say Sega Cd brought disk gaming, and Dreamcast brought online, so Sony and Microsoft brought, nothing I guess.



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bigtakilla said:
XboneWins said:
AZWification said:
XboneWins said:
1360 said:

Microsoft brought the first successful online gaming

Sony brought Disc Base Games

Nintendo brought..... Mario?


Hey, now that is not fair.

 

Nintendo also brought Luigi,Peaches and Dinkey Kong. They also brought the game which allows you to do hulahoops without the actual hulahoop and being outside.

They also brought the D-Pad, analog stick, 3D polygonal graphics ( among other things), but those things are irrelevant, amirite?


Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision <- directional pad from 1979

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acetronic-MPU-1000.jpg <- analog stick from 1979

http://www.arcade-museum.com/I/I,_Robot.html <- 3d polygonal game from 1983

 

So.. peaches and hulahoops it is?

The same way I could say Sega Cd brought disk gaming, and Dreamcast brought online, so Sony and Microsoft brought, nothing I guess.


Well, you could. Except that Microsoft made the OS for Dreamcast thus bringing the online for gaming.  As I really don't like Sony&Nintendo at all I am just fine with Sega taking the credit for disk gaming.



XboneWins said:
bigtakilla said:
XboneWins said:

 

Nintendo also brought Luigi,Peaches and Dinkey Kong. They also brought the game which allows you to do hulahoops without the actual hulahoop and being outside.

They also brought the D-Pad, analog stick, 3D polygonal graphics ( among other things), but those things are irrelevant, amirite?


Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision <- directional pad from 1979

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acetronic-MPU-1000.jpg <- analog stick from 1979

http://www.arcade-museum.com/I/I,_Robot.html <- 3d polygonal game from 1983

 

So.. peaches and hulahoops it is?

The same way I could say Sega Cd brought disk gaming, and Dreamcast brought online, so Sony and Microsoft brought, nothing I guess.


Well, you could. Except that Microsoft made the OS for Dreamcast thus bringing the online for gaming.  As I really don't like Sony&Nintendo at all I am just fine with Sega taking the credit for disk gaming.

Well, it was still Dreamcast that brought it to the gaming community, not XBox, if you're fine with that I am.



bigtakilla said:
XboneWins said:
bigtakilla said:
XboneWins said:

 

Nintendo also brought Luigi,Peaches and Dinkey Kong. They also brought the game which allows you to do hulahoops without the actual hulahoop and being outside.

They also brought the D-Pad, analog stick, 3D polygonal graphics ( among other things), but those things are irrelevant, amirite?


Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision <- directional pad from 1979

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acetronic-MPU-1000.jpg <- analog stick from 1979

http://www.arcade-museum.com/I/I,_Robot.html <- 3d polygonal game from 1983

 

So.. peaches and hulahoops it is?

The same way I could say Sega Cd brought disk gaming, and Dreamcast brought online, so Sony and Microsoft brought, nothing I guess.


Well, you could. Except that Microsoft made the OS for Dreamcast thus bringing the online for gaming.  As I really don't like Sony&Nintendo at all I am just fine with Sega taking the credit for disk gaming.

Well, it was still Dreamcast that brought it to the gaming community, not XBox, if you're fine with that I am.

Microsoft, Xbox.. it is all good. MS is good. MS is life.



Ucell said:
ToxicJosh said:
@Ucell agree to disagree, LBP aside, there has never been a first party Sony game that I've wanted to play. And those that I have played haven't been fantastic.

I understand it's subjective, and if you like them then that's great, but Sony's first party efforts, to me, have never been better than average.

On the other hand, aside from Pokemon, I find Nintendo first-party games not upto par with Sony first-party games. Sony first-party games, along with GTA, is what made me such an avid gamer.

 

Meanwhile, LBP is among the worst of Sony games to me, so clearly our tastes vastly differ. But I guess such different tastes is what allows such variety in game creation, so its all good.

The difference is arguments can be made that sony games are focused on gameplay as much as nintendo. If you like stopping alot to watch a cutscene Sony is the perfect party.



"Excuse me sir, I see you have a weapon. Why don't you put it down and let's settle this like gentlemen"  ~ max

Allthough most people love them for particular reasons, Sony chokes competition of life when they win. So it makes sense for them to get out so every gen can be like gen 7 where everybody prospered.



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