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At Generation's End: What's Your Plan?

Nothing breaks a gamer out of his or her usual habits like the onset of a new generation.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, the PSXE community is the best on Earth. I've noticed lately that while some have a plan that they are putting into action others are still deciding how to handle the changeover. So maybe we can learn a thing or two from one another about our current end of generation plans. I've certainly noticed that our members have differing views on how best to make the transition.

We're pretty sure that some trade-in deals for consoles are in store so are you the type of gamer who is happy to go ahead and trade in your system early on so you can be ready to get that PS4 right out of the gate? Or do you have multiple PS3s and plan to pare down to one and let that serve as a player for all of your favorite current-gen games? Maybe you have no plans at all to relinquish your systems because the PS3 was just so good to you.

Now, what to do about all those games? Will you be a good Samaritan and hand them over to family and friends, or are you planning to sell them off to prepare for the new round of incredible gems not so far off? Maybe you are a collector of the highest order and plan to keep them all.

Perhaps selling off and trading in whatever you can find will make you feel a lot better about adopting PS Plus for the first time. You will have to have it in order to indulge in online multiplayer this time you know. I know we have many PS Plus users here including myself and we have been vocal about the multiple benefits (especially the Instant Game Collection) via the monthly free games.

If you aren't planning to jump right into the next generation what sort of plans do you have in place to keep on gaming? Maybe like me you have a tendency to buy a lot of games and the PS4 launch lineup isn't enough to make you give up a backlog that you aim to whittle away before taking the plunge.

A common pastime for PS Plus owners is to jump on every single free title just to get it in your download list. Perhaps now you hope to actually download and play some of those titles you weren't quite sure of.

I'm doing a combination of things. I'm selling off the games I'm pretty certain I won't be playing again, which will help me save up for a PS4 that I'd like to get around Christmas time. I've also got a physical and digital backlog that I hope to at least make a few dents in this summer. I have two PS3s and the possibility of trading one in for a good credit is something I'm willing to consider, but then I do like to have a backup console just in case. After all we do live in a time when an otherwise hearty console can just quit on you.

Complicating the matter is the fact that there are still some great games coming that deserve our attention like Quantic Dream's new effort Beyond: Two Souls. JRPG fanatics shouldn't sell their PS3 before getting Tales of Xillia; maybe they're also waiting on Ben's upcoming review of Time and Eternity. Then there's GTA V which could take some time to come out on next-gen platforms. -I think I'll wait to get any generation straddling games, no sense in getting the inferior copy- I've noticed that a lot of internet sales are taking place on current-gen games as well, so maybe you plan to buy up everything you missed out on and play the heck out of those games before making the transition.

I suspect most PSXE-ers will be hanging onto at least one PS3 for various reasons but you tell us, what are your end of generation plans?

Related Game(s): Beyond: Two Souls, Tales of Xillia, Time and Eternity

Tags: PS4

6/18/2013 10:06:29 PM David Nelson

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 10:52:01 PM

I've sold my old 60GB PS3 and put it down on a PS4. Still have my slim for the future PS3 games. Plan to keep it and have PS3 and PS4 sharing the same space.

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 10:54:50 PM

Keeping the PS2 and PS3 hooked up, possibly getting rid of the Xbox 360 and all the games, replacing it with the PS4.

Entertainment center for next-gen might be all PlayStation! ;)

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 11:04:01 PM

Like every other new generation before this I keep all the games and consoles. It'll break my heart one day when/if I have to get rid of it all. I expect the ps3 to be hooked up for awhile next to my ps4. And the WiiU kept in its box until there is finally something worthwhile to play on it.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 11:27:46 PM

I'm keeping my PS3 and all the games I have.

Pre-ordering and paying off my PS4 early will keep me from having to stretch my money too thin around the holidays.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 11:49:35 PM

Sadly I will have to wait a long time until I get my next gen fix. I will be looking to the beginning of this generation and trying to catch up on all the great games I missed, like MGS4, Bioshock, AC:Brotherhood/Revelations/3, Oblivion 1/2, Dead Space, Tomb Raider, Batman... the list goes on and on. I got married, opened my own company and went back to college last year, so lately my PS3 has been off and collecting dust :(
I will not upgrade until I fulfill my goal of playing all the games on my "must" list. I will be late to the party, but at least there will be plenty of greatest hits to choose from, and the PS4 itself might be cheaper in a couple of years :)

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 11:53:50 PM

Sounds like you will be pretty busy anyway, what sort of business did you open and what are you back in school for (I'm back in school too).

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:30:44 AM

Hey World, I got downsized from my previous company where I used to be a senior tech support analyst, then decided to be self employed,and started small with a few residential clients in NYC. I'm starting to get some business clients now, and finally making some money.
I am going to college for a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. Going back to college at age 37 has been quiet an experience :)
So far I have been able to keep up, and even get into the Honors Program, but as the business picks up, the grades will start to suffer for sure :(
What are you back in school for? Is it tech related or Journalism?

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:34:44 AM

Cool man I wish you the best of luck. I'm finishing up my English degree actually, I had most of my credits done some years ago but life happened instead. Sometimes I wish I had done journalism but hopefully English will be enough for me to succeed in the field.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:44:44 AM

Funny enough I enjoyed my English composition classes more than my technical ones LOL
I also just closed a deal on an apartment, will start renovating to move in soon, even less time to game :(
But come what may, after my Physics 2 summer session I'm going to get me The Last of Us and play it to death before the semester starts again :)
Stay strong and don't let life get in the way this time, see it to the end :
Good fortune and keep posting, I don't always comment this days but I always read :)

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 1:14:18 AM

Yep, keep calm and carry on brother.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:08:05 AM

I'll keep my 360 and PS3 to play the games that I haven't gotten around to yet as well as revisit some old friends. I'll have a PS4 as close to launch as I can manage (certainly before spring) but it'll take a while to build up my next-gen library. Who knows; it might be time to go on a retro kick and gaming history.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:18:21 AM

I'm selling my 360. Actually I already have a boughter, and I'm getting a bunch of cash for it.

My PS3 will be moved to my 3DTV primarly as a bluray player and the PS4 will be in my play room.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:32:37 AM

Though I didn't think I'd do this I'm considering selling off my PSP and all the physical games for more cash toward the next gen.

My gaming experience is just more and more at home as I age and it mostly just sits there. I'm never unoccupied for very long when I'm out. I'd still like to have a Vita one day but even then I wonder if I'd play the darned thing.

Not sure what to do with the home setup, maybe finish Persona 4 and unhook the PS2 until I get very nostalgic some day? Believe it or not I never finished Xenosaga (got stuck somewhere) or Shadow Hearts 2 (Got sidetracked with PS3). These generation shifts always have me second guessing myself.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 1:37:28 AM

Well for me this last generation may have been my last console generation. Still up in the air on if I'll get a PS4. If I do it probably won't be for at least a year after launch.

I've built myself a bad ass PC and have been loving the many options I have on here. I will be keeping my PS3 since I do still have games on it and it's a great spare bluray player and netflix player. I'll also still have my Vita to play.

I do like the way the PS4 is looking but considering I spent about $1000 on this PC and plus the games are so much cheaper to buy on PC it just may become my permanent place to play.

Who knows though cause Sony does make some awesome games.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 1:55:08 AM

I'm hanging on to my PS2/games (PS3/games). I might start slowing selling them or trading them in. Ebay would be good but the fees and shipping cost turns me off for that, probably will barely make a profit out of some games. Then again their is gamestop and still have some credit in my gamestop card.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 2:05:09 AM

PS4 paid in full! Keeping my two PS3s. Would've been 3 if Sony did not cut down the active console limit to two. Vita is waiting to be fed some Killzone: Mercenary and Plus is paid till 2017. I am fully vested in the PlayStation brand.

I've given some games away and possibly looking to sell some that I know I will never play again. Then again I said that when the PS2 came out as well.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 2:30:42 AM

I am keeping my PS3 and all it's games, especially if all my PS3 discs wont run on the PS4. I will be buying a PS4 when Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is released. I want that available on day one, so for me it is quite simple.

But as we reach the end of the PS3's life span a more important question is arising. What about digital content? Sure it may be fine for a while. But eventually Sony will shut down the server right? What does that mean for games. Well think of games like Final Fantasy XIII-2 which has no DLC edition but has a DLC epilogue... That is going to be lost. Along with many other DLC features. This is why it is not only important to buy the game on disc, but to buy the DLC Editions too. Beyond that your safest bet is to buy a PS3 HDD and back a backup of all your data. A friend mentioned to me all these games he has gotten off PS+ but with that thought in mind, I realised he does not own that content but merely renting it.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 2:35:19 AM

PS3 and PS4 will share the entertainment unit for quite some time I think.

And I'm not sure I agree that cross-generation games will be inferior on the newer generation. Personally I think they will be the ones that receive more support, as devs make the move to the next-gen.

I will be buying all cross-gen games on the next-gen console.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 3:15:47 AM

I'll keep my PS3 hooked up until I've played everything I still have. Then it'll go in the box in my closet with my PS2 and SNES. There it'll stay until I move next. At that point, I'll probably keep it, but, depending on how the GaiKai works, may not. With all the best PS2 games getting HD releases, I don't really have a reason to keep that around, so I know I'll definitely be getting rid of my PS2 / games as soon as I have to actually pull it all out of the closet.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 4:00:12 AM

Keeping my PS3 and all the games. I love the system and the games way too much to just give it away. I still gotta play Last of Us, Bioshock: Infinite and of course Beyond: 2 Souls. I'm saving up my money for a PS4. I'll be there launch day,or as close to it as possible. Depending on the supply at my Gamestop. All I know is that it's a toss up between Killzone:SF and Watchdogs as my first game. Both look way too good to decide. Guess I'll flip a coin.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 6:04:47 AM

the second we have release dates for both systems ill be putting up all my current gen stuff on ebay.
no point keeping either of them, especially since theres actually surprisingly allot of games already announced for them so theres not enough time just to play those as it is.
not to mention the amount of games id actually want to go back and play, and would need either a 360 or ps3 to do so, i could count on one hand!
this gen has been pretty disappointing and sparse on memorable must come back to constantly games.
a hell of allot less than what the ps1 and ps2 days brought us thats for sure!
so i gotta say good riddance, and its about f*cking time we got replacements!
as ubisoft says, this gen has lasted at least 2 years too long!
should of had next gen systems released at the end of 2011!
weve been getting last years game for a good 2 or so years now, apart from some rare exceptions like bioshock infinite and the last of us.
and that has really hurt and stagnated the industry!
so good riddance to mindless military shooters and mindless zombie games, and hello interesting new IPs like the division and watch dogs!
o, and hopefully more survival games, really really hope to see a sequel to i am alive.
highly doubtful considering the development hell that game went through, and the mediocre reception its received, but it has oh so much potential!
o, and of course WELCOME BACK SURVIVAL HORROR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 6:21:43 AM

I got two PS3s, Slimmy will spend the retirement in the cabin, Fatty will be traded in ASAP.

My road ahead is clear: PC + PS4. A perfect combo imo.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:04:08 PM

I've been doing that since this gen... PS3 + PC... The PC is really a wonderful thing to have, especially if you're into retro games, you can emulate everything with better graphics, So I'm gonna keep my PS3 as a media server for the bedroom, and my PC and PS4 hooked up to the big living room tv.

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SirLoin of Beef
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 7:38:59 AM

I have two PS3s and two 360s. Might sell one of each though I'm not sure how much I'll get as one of the PS3s (my poor Fatty model) has an inoperative optical drive and one of the 360s is a launch model (i.e. has no HDMI output). Whatever I decide to do with those, it'll probably be a while before I pickup a PS4 as I have a hefty backlog of games on both the PS3 and 360 to get through.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 7:44:50 AM

my plan WAS to trade in the PS3 - then GT6 was announced so no trading in. with GTA and GT, still plenty of "play life" in the PS3.

preordered the PS4 and will have it paid off by release date, getting the "cross gen" games I'm interested in on the new system

my 360 is a Star Wars edition, so not trading that in - still have quite a few games (both digital and disc) that I occasionally play

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Banky A
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 8:09:55 AM

keeping ps3 for life because i just realised ive got enough games to last me for 2 years. so i may only be getting a ps4 in 2 years if im content with being good with my money :)

but damn the ps4 is persuading me to throw my money at it. the original plan was to buy ps4 and keep ps3 anyway but oh lord look at all these games...

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 8:46:25 AM

I am definitely keeping my PS3. I'm also going to keep my 360. I have never let a console or games I have for them go.
My PS4 will hopefully be next to my PS3 when I get one.

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Solid Fantasy
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 9:02:38 AM

"At Generation's End" Sounds nice doesn't it?
The only game I will get for sure is KZ:M and Flower Vita. The Last of Us will be my last mother console purchase. Might get Jouney or a sweet deal off of Steam.
For the most part I just want to catch up on what I already have between now and the PS4. I won't be trading in any games. Gotta hold on to my physical media. It will look nice with age more than an empty shelf and few extra bucks in my account.

I will also be playing through all of my childhood NES games. Nestopia is pretty slick. The first Legend of Zelda proves why the series is so popular. It felt surreal playing a game from the year I born while watching PS4 trailers online during E3.

What I also really want to know is what kind of durability factor are we getting from the next gen consoles? If I'm going to get the YLOD that I keep getting on my PS3 fat or the "disc read error" from my PS2 fat why should I get a day one Ps4? I don't want to wait, but I don't want to have to send it back for repair after two months either.

oh well, back to TloU and Kirby's Adventure.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 11:57:26 AM

I was going for a poetic tone in the title :)

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 10:11:45 AM

ill be keeping my PS2 my PS3 my gamecube my Wii U and my 360 and my PC
ill wait on buying a new Console because the first couple months usually have problems with the consoles though once i think the problems have been fixed ill pick up a PS4

though until then ill be playing Phantasy Star Online 2 on the JP server Ship 2
currently level 53 Force user 46 techer and 27 hunter

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 10:12:42 AM

Keeping the PS3 hooked up. Lots of games to play yet, plus new ones coming. Sony is not going to abandon the PS3 soon, to many out there for that. A lot of people are not going to be early adopters of PS4 due to various reasons. I can't see Sony throwing up their hands and saying "out with the old and in with the new". I would even go so far as to say that there will be exclusives coming after the PS4 launches that may have people scrambling to hook their PS3 back up.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 10:36:40 AM

My plan is to just add the PS4 to my gaming rotation. The PS3 is to awesome to just give up on. Also I have a huge backlog of games. So when I finish Killzone Shadow Fall and I am not playing Knack with my son I will be playing my PS3. No doubt money is going to be tight after buying the new console. Going to be great though!

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 11:22:11 AM

I plan on sitting tight for at least another year before making the generational jump. Last gen more than ever demonstrated to me that waiting has it's benefits in more ways than one.
Things like early manufacturing woes, lesser quantity of quality games, and planned services will have time to expand and grow this way. Plus, many of these trans-generational games don't flex the hardware too great so no rush there either. Also, I've noticed it's real hard to 'discount' shop for the first year of a new console. Going back to paying $60 a game every time would be very hard for me.

But when the time comes I wont be selling either my 360 or PS3. There's enough favorite content on both to keep them hooked up. I may end up turning the 360 vertically to help make room.

I really don't think this current gen will wash away as fast as prior gens. This is in part because these consoles are still 'live' consoles in that they're online integrated. There's also still great games coming and my backlog is loaded with quality content.
Patience is a virtue and I plan to exercise it.

Anyway, right now the next gen looks like a PS4 and Wii U to me. Xbox One has a long LONG way to go to persuade me. oh, and btw, Killer Instinct DOES run at 1080p and 60fps. I misread or read a bad source somewhere earlier.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 11:57:06 AM

I suppose Killer Instinct can do that since the character models don't look particularly good in the first place.

I'd love to wait a full year but I don't think I'll be able to out of giddiness.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 11:53:44 AM

Well I am on my second PS3. My original 60Gb dies last fall. Not bad for a 5 year run of fun. I have had computers die on in less time.

Keeping my PS3 slim for as long as it entertains met. If and when I do pick up the newer console I will either keep playing on the PS3 or put it away and retire for a bit of a gamer breather. Although there are still many games to play and many worthwhile to replay.

We shall see.

Keep Playing... for as long as you can. :)

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 12:41:55 PM

My fatty had a 5 year run too, the solder went bad.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 5:35:38 PM

My 60 just died, for the third time, so I have to buy a slim to replace it. I'm currently borrowing my dad's 40, so that I can keep playing Mass Effect. I would have bought the slim already, but I'm waiting for gift cards (which I can buy at a 20% discount) to arrive in the mail.

I'll keep the slim (and my dad his) until they stop working and probably replace them again if they do. They're needed for Rock Band.

I'm not sure when I'll get a PS4, but it won't be at launch. It will be the system I get, but without backwards compatibility, I don't see any point in early adoption. The launch games will still be available in 2014, and probably cheaper, as Sensei Temjin said.

One thing that might get me to make the jump is PS Plus. If I've built up a collection of unplayed PS4 games that I "own", I might get the system to play them.

I'm just not feeling the same need to have the PS4 that I had with the PS3 or PSP or PSV. It would be a completely different story if my PSN games would run on the PS4.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 1:39:26 PM

With the PS3 and 360 I either bought just after launch or at launch because I was so impressed with the step up from the previous generation.

This time I intend to just keep running my PS3 and 360 as I'm still loving my current games collection and there are still PS3 games being released which I want.

At some point I'll see something revolutionary on the PS4 and then I'll look to pick one up. Whether that is after a month or a year I couldn't say.

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The X Factor 9
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 6:00:35 PM

I plan on keeping both my PS3 and my Xbox 360 when the next generation begins. I have a ton of games spanning both consoles in physical and digital format No point in selling away those "digital rights" right?

Speaking of digital rights, I'm going PS4 only this generation. PS Plus has been a great service, and this time around, I intend on playing the games offered on the service, and wait out for sales on games that I am invested in. I am excited by what Sony has planned for the Store. I like the idea that I can instantly try any game at any time with the option to buy.

I'm waiting out on them to announce a launch date and launch lineup before I commit to PS4 games and accessories. As for the actual PS4 itself? Mine is pre-ordered and paid off.

All that's left to do from now till then is to keep on going through my backlog.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 @ 6:24:53 PM

Coming down off the high of E3, I'm not sure that I need a PS4 right away, but I'll be holding on to my pre-order. I'll see how my cash flow is when it's closer to launch, because Infamous is probably the first thing for PS4 that I'm really hyped to play, and that's next year. I want to reward Sony for their gamer-first attitude, but from the looks of things, they'll have more business than they could possibly wish.

Selling games and systems isn't a part of my planning, because I've been down that road in the past and it is absolutely not worth it. That's another element that makes me not dying to jump on PS4 right away; I still have an obscene amount of games on PS3 and other systems that need playing. I'm happy to see PS4 coming, but I'm not as hyped as I was back at the PS3 launch.

Just today, I was playing Myst 4 on the PC and having a blast, Demon's Souls is still great on my first time getting around to it, and so on. PS4 is awesome, but so are all games. The hype train isn't doing much for me. My early purchase will be more driven by anti-drm principles than anything.

As for multiple consoles: Xbox One? Ha ha ha ha, no. And Wii U? I've had a good amount of time with the system at a friend's house, and I've been pretty underwhelmed. Between the main menu chugging along like a budget smart phone, incredibly weak WiFi, a controller that loses its signal after 10 feet, and the totally unnecessary 2nd-screen gimmick (even Nintendo Land can't think of a good use for it), it's a pass. PS4 or bust, gen 8!

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Friday, June 21, 2013 @ 7:23:28 AM

Well, I already have my PS4 pre-ordered and fully paid for, but I need to get some of the launch games that I have pre-ordered paid off by launch day. I also plan on getting the largest hdd available to upgrade my PS4 as soon as I get it, because 500GB is not going to be nearly enough.

My slim PS3 has a 500 GB hdd, and I have 8GB left, thanks to PS Plus.

I plan on getting a super slim PS3 and an upgraded hdd sometime after getting the PS4 so that I can fully retire my poor little 60GB PS3 fatty, which has a GPU that is on its last leg.

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