Loc: United States
I thought I was going to be solidly in the Xbox360 corner, but now Sony's got me considering the PS3 as well...<br><br>Still waiting for Nintendo to show all their cards, though. Supposedly their new console will allow you to download the ENTIRE library of old NES, SNES, and N64 games, as well as be compatible with recent GameCube games...<br><br>Back in Black...
It feels as though the PS2 hasn't even reached its peak yet. The games coming out for it look better and better. I think I might skip this one, or at least wait until a Rev. 2 comes out. I just got a PSP and I love it, so why bother spending more money on yet another gaming platform when I'm happy already?<br><br>
To put it simply, I've played my PS2 only one time for 15 minutes since I've gotten my PSP. While there's not much to choose from game-wise. All the games I've purchased are very addicting. I never thought that Japanese golf would be so fun!<br><br>
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