Perhaps there is a language barrier here. I checked your profile and saw that you are from Brazil, so I wonder if maybe Spanish is your native language, and English is secondary?
If so, then I want to clarify something, because you are kind of sort of understanding my point (it's a little funny actually because you had the same reaction I did at first regarding the accusation). Offset versus symmetrical is a preference. Neither is definitively superior or inferior. What you just accused me of is exactly the same as what I was accusing the other poster of in the first place.
PS. You are coming off as a little bit rude. If I've said something to bother you, then I apologize.
I could mock you on you thinking we talk Spanish, but most people from USA or even Europe and other places think we talk Spanish and our capital is Buenos Aires =p we talk portuguese (which is close enough for Brazilians and other Latin american people to understand one another).
Well I don't think it is a language barrier on the interpretation of lying. You explicitly said he is a liar, and I implied that you shouldn't accuse others of lying and then added that your comment was equivalent to his so if you think he is lying then you would be lying as well (yes you could say it is a fallacy if you want), but you can appreciate that you can't say someone is lying because he is going to one "extreme" of no friend of his having bought twice while you claim almost all your friends have bought (unless you have hundred of friends you have researched, that would make how many friends that have versus not have and what percentage defines almost all?).
That isn't calling one liar is saying that you have to consider that if one extreme on a continuous source is a lie the other extreme would also likely be a lie. But in fact both is possible.
If you think I'm being rude I'm sorry as that isn't the intention, but texting can give wrong interpretations.
As it has been proven several times, power only matters to a certain extent. And given that Sony and Microsoft (Nintendo goes their own route) will have all or almost all the multiplat games plus their own exclusives, to survive and have some success without exclusives, Google's console would have to be a whole lot cheaper.
Not necessarily, if they are near in price and power the exclusives won't be a big barrier. look at the sales of the multiplats versus exclusives (outside of Nintendo of course) and before this gen you would see that usually multiplat was what mattered.
And sure I'm not talking about winning the race, but they can reach 30M with just multiplats (if they don't miss any significant) if price and performance are good.
lol this thread turned into controller wars. I'll just say the DS4 is the first ps controller I actually didn't hate using (had a ps1,2,and 4)
A lot of people would agree with you =p
duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"