Does it truly matter how strong a console is?
no, seriously, is that all that makes a console? If that's the case, I should stop playing Metroid:Fusion because the system it's on is weak compared to the PS Vita, even though it's a fun game.
I buy consoles depending on the games. I got a Wii because I love SSBB and other games. I got an Xbox because I like Halo and Portal and my computer cannot run Portal. I have a laptop because...well, not really gaming but other stuff. I have a 3DS and GBA because there are lots of games I like on them.
Point I'm trying to make: specs=/=everything, and the quality of games>specs
If the PS4 only had shoddily made games and nothing else (Not that it will, just for examples sake), would you buy it just because it's stronger than the Xbox One? No. My opinion stands for really any console. If it has no good games, I won't buy it.
(i still need to pick up a ps2 and get Battlefront II and SotC)
Sorry if this sounded particularly angry, it's just there's more to consider to consoles than just specs. Then again, this stemmed from a multiplat release that I really don't care for, so eh.
Edited by The X, Nov 05 2013 - 08:53 PM.