What's going to be your next gaming platform of choice?
It will always be the PC. Better eye candy and modding of the games. And I'm willing to pay the extra $$ that it cost over consoles. And I'm not keen on using a pad. Most my PC games involve racing, so got to have a wheel with force feedback.Jukka Merikanto said:What's going to be your next gaming platform of choice?
Xbox is the less popular system in continental Europe, Sony has been the more popular choice since PS2, also paying for online multiplayer sucks. Most of the fancy features like Netflix and music probably won't be available either at all or with as prominent lineup as the United States. I wouldn't say that Microsoft dropped the ball during the press event, it was for TV anyway. Like Sony, they have E3 to show the new games at.RacerBest said:
Netflix is a service that is available in only few European countries, and licensing would be tricky as it probably couldn't be done for the continent as a whole. Also the TV-guide thing may be useless for those who don't have a set-top box, not deal breaking issues, but the value proposition just isn't as strong due to uncertainty about a subset of the features. Xbox One being extension of your TV experience is a nice concept, but it is realistically going to be fully featured only in the US and maybe Canada.Usmovers_02 said:I guess I can't speak for Europe but I definitely expect such features day one in America. I'm curious, why would they be delayed in Europe?
you kidding right you know that X1 has an online requirement and no used games without a fee also you can't even let your friends borrow your gameUsmovers_02 said:Not counting the PC after that E3 Ill be going with the X1 hands down. Sony really disappointed me.