I purchased the ps4 around october of last year and the xbone in December. In a little than 3 months apart from one another. During that subsequent time, I had gone to my local game resller and began to purchase big AAA titles for both consoles. I go dbz zenoverse 2, i got battlefield along with my xbone, destiny, 2k17, cod ghost, ff15, uncharted 4, titan fall and overwatch. A lot of them at discount of course. But now, I'm tired of them all. I'm tired of gaming in general. It's all borning, its just all the same. Same as when i played them on ps3 and 360. Talk about a gimmick that gets stale: graphics. It's beautiful, its breathtaking, it's artistic, but it gets worn out. I don't know if it's just me, but I feel like there's nothing new to these two powerful systems.
Nintendo gets flack for all their touch, motion, distance measuring joy cons. But, at least they're trying. Yes, they're not very popular, but they're trying something new. The price for icicle jingling is high, but that's an attempt at something that may come. There is looming the danger of consoles fading and personally, I don't want that. I like consoles. I have pc and all other consoles except of course the Switch, but there is something about a console that I can't imagine living without. But the thing is, no one else is trying to push the envelope on where games are going. VR isn't new, Vr has been a thing since the 90's, and I will admit that it's getting better, but that's because it's a natural progression in gaming. So, come on, let's move towards the future of gaming and ever closer to the Star Trek holodeck. Sitting on the couch is fine, but imagine using your neural patterns someday to move your games. It may not come soon, but before I die, I would at least get to that point in gaming.