Discussion in 'hardware' started by guest, May 29, 2012.
With all the RRODing I can see why they sold so much...people re bought the system over and over.
Unlikely. Problematic units were replaced for free.
Also, Xbox 360 is the market leader with 47% of the current-generation console market.
Real men game on PC!
Thanks. Missed that link in the original qoute :|
Real men keep their NES and Ataris well-cleaned and have at least 2 classic arcade machines in their game room
Thats what I'm talking about lol...
They should update those consoles, really outdated hardware.
Pfft, if you're talking about NES and Atari, any "update" or change would be desecration
Down with change lol
You know what i was talking about!
Am I the youngest guy here who still remembers playing on the NES?
The proliferation of the new generation consoles do bring us new things to think about. In the olden days, games were clearly demarcated in terms of ratings and most (serious) game players were 16 or older (many in their 20s, 30s and even 40s, while kids those days weren't deeply engrossed because games weren't so complex as they are today so they'd prefer to socialize instead). Now, despite ratings, the average age of a game player is going down. Ratings don't work everywhere as an effective deterrent and it seems there have been attempts to induce more mature content into games that still manage a lower rating.
Perhaps I worry too much, but better to have a plan?