Secondly, a war is beginning between publishers, trade-in brick and mortar companies and gamers alike. This online code thing is going too far to the point where actual paying gamers are becoming the enemy when their true enemy are the trade in stores and pirates alike. I don't mind paying $60 for a game thats worth it and I am sure the majority of console gamers don't mind either, but at the same time it's not like Gamestop doesn't gauge the popularity and value of such games either. This is how they know which game has lost value over another. In the end I hope everything sorts itself out. Thats all I can say.
I was gonna disagree but I remembered that I had to think, really THINK about whether to get Wii or 360, Wii had unique features i wanted to try but the hardware was weak and i wasnt hearing great things about the online(besides VC) 360 was RRODing right and left, i didnt want to deal with that headache and most games I wanted were coming to PS3. I went with Wii and had every intention of getting 360, but by the time they truly fixed the problem, there was nothing that interested me.
Im sorry but how is PS360 situation so different from SNES/GEN?? they both had consoles similar to each other in terms of power and library. Sony could stand to advertise more, but IMHO they are pretty much doing great with 1st stuff. MS had been slacking but they are picking it up at least in terms of Kinect
I agree with the whole damn thing, love the Gattaca reference, good movie