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Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by tagzard, Dec 30, 2010.
dont just think the wii because you can soft mod it. think of the games too.
Xbox360 IMHO, the most complete of them all.
I'd definitely go with the Wii.
I like a lot of the games on the system (even some of the ShovelWare is good), and the VirtualConsole gives me access to most of the games I enjoyed as a child.
Plus, it actually tried something new and was successful.
Look at the exclusives of each console and make your decision based on that.
Is there a wiki on this?
OT: I've been trying to find DS exclusives and all I get are some random internet pages saying there are only two or so games.
OnTopic: I'd say that the Wii for me. because the soft graphics and cute games are easy to swallow.
screw the wii. vote for xbox 360
Wikipedia should be good for that.
The wii hands down. The wii is the only system these days that doesn't just recycle the same 5 games over and over again as well is the must original idea to come out. To add to that the games on the Wii don't rely on Online gameplay as it's sole reason for their games to be fun.
Unlike the 360 where all it's games are anti-social online only and just 5 generic game types. As well just throwing in ideas that really don't appeal to anyone with a brain like the kinect which is just plain silly. With the PS3, all Sony is doing is throwing shit onto that just so they can say "Hey look we can do this too you know!
I FIXD YOUR TYPO YOU LIKE ME NAO!?
If you're gonna make a poll, vote in it. Don't force opinions.
I'm gonna say Wii mainly because of originality. Apparently, the 360 and PS3 only live through shooters.
Quite the blatant example of an ignorant fanboy.
At least Wii isn't a packed computer. Wii is the real succesor of NES.
Fan boy, no. I am just pointing something out. Quite honestly i don't give a shit about the current systems since I have owned all three at one point in time.
If I had to choose a system I would rather choose the SNES or the PS2 over any of them, but since those aren't the options, I went with the next best thing.
I didn't realize the Wii ran on hugs and kisses.
I agree with this very much, for better or worse.
The games on the Wii don't rely on pretty graphics, or convoluted stories and characters, it's just fun, often in new and original ways.
Of course, that's not always a good thing.
OK, really. For Christmas I got several PS3 games: Star Ocean, Vanquish, 3D Dot Game Heroes, Disgaea 3, The Sly Collection, and BlazBlue. Those games are all extremely different and out of them, only BlazBlue has online play, which I'm not particularly interested in. In fact, out of my whole collection, Metal Gear Solid 4 and BlazBlue are the only two games that have actual online gameplay and not just leaderboards. Please, stop spewing crap like this... it really stinks.
On topic: this is actually a pretty balanced console generation. There are reasons to get all 3 consoles, and as someone who has played on all of them, they're all great. I think I'll have to vote PS3, though, as that's the only console I actually own (have played Wii and 360 games on friends' machines). Although this thread will most likely devolve into fanboy arguments.
Buts its the thing that drives the games home and make it family fun.
i prefer gameplay and playing with RL friends, thus i stand with the wii
if that's not enough, xbox all the way, it has some pretty neat titles that didn't get [a good] port for PC
You also bring up the Kinect and Move, stating that they "don't appeal to anyone with a brain." What are Wiimotes but an implementation of Move from the past? One could argue that the Wii's entire gimmick has led to a platform fraught with shovelware and an overall lack of decent games, with the few good games plagued by clearly forced mechanics, detracting from the experience. Game quality is subjective of course, but those are my views.
So on the off-chance that you're willing to educate yourself, why not try clicking that link posted by emigre, showing yourself that there are more than "5 recycled game concepts" on the competing platforms of your beloved Wii, lest I have to publicly mock you again.
Well. Third-parties launch their games on Sony/Microsoft platform because two reasons: they doesn't have special games that compete with Third-Party games and for this, they promote third-party games or directly buy the exclusive.