According to an analysis report today from MCV-UK, Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 are uniquely qualified to revive the downtrodden video game console industry.
Microsoft's perception of the privileged lifestyle, however, isn't fictional. According to Forbes, 96 percent of American homes have a TV and 49 percent own at least one game console. In 2012, 67 million Smart TVs were sold and Forbes predicts 87 million Smart TVs will be sold in 2013. This is not counting Standard HDTVs. Owning a television fit enough for Stan Smith's "Entertainment Altar" is not the problem. I own a 42 inch Vizio Smart HDTV and I'm poor. How poor? Currently living in a shitty hotel room poor. The real issue is that Microsoft simply doesn't believe in the term "gamers" anymore.
First things first: Next gen. The next generation of consoles is finally upon us. Yes, that means PS4, xbox one, and Wii U exclusives out the wahzoo being shown off by their respective companies. Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft will all make an appearance and there will be press conferences galore. There have already been 181 companies confirmed to show at this year's event.
The other items listed in the inventory, which had a "confirmed" written next to the them, include the release of Madden NFL 25 on Tuesday, Grand Theft Auto 5 on, Sept. 17, Battlefield 4 and Assassins Creed Black Flag on Oct. 29, and the launch of playstation 4 on Nov. 15.
Be fan friendly. Do you really need to charge $4 for a soda or $6 for a burger cooked in a microwave. This isn't an NFL game, it's a video game convention. Set yourself apart from the corporations who are out to gouge its clientele and they'll xbox one respond in kind.
I don't know many people who didn't play Mario Kart a few times as a kid. If your girlfriend liked to play game collection when she was younger, buy her Mario Kart Wii. Not only will it take her back to her youth, she will have a great time with the new version of the game. Buy two controllers if you want to race her, but don't pout if she wins.
"I don't think we're going to see every game on the Wii U next year. I think when next-gen consoles come out they're going to be better than the Wii U. 'Call of Duty' is amazing on the Wii U this year.
The main question is this, do you want in, or do you want out? Another thought that has been going around is if this next generation will be the last of console gaming. Is this really the end? So many questions and less and less time to think about it playstation 4 before the time is indeed upon us. Where do you stand?
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