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I know that it is early in, but it seems as if I’m hearing a lot more buzz about the PS4 than the XBox One. It makes a difference over the life of a console...
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I’m not quite ready to spend $500-$600 for a new Sony Playstation 4 or Microsoft XBox One (cost of system+tax+one game). Maybe in a year or so. The Wii U...
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Would it still make sense to buy a PS3 or X360 with the new generation machines just around the corner?
I came across a 500Gb Playstation 3 at the local video game shop for $150, including a used game. A new PS4 will cost $400, and a new XBox One will be $500...
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When the X360 came out, the first version of the console suffered from the Red Ring of Death, aka RROD. Early PS3s also suffered from a Yellow Light of...
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Will a price cut to $299 be enough to make the Wii U competitive with the upcoming XBox One and PS4?
After months of saying that no price cut was coming for the Wii U, Nintendo did the only thing they really could do….and cut the price...
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This is that rare and wonderful time that occurs once, maybe twice a decade - all the major home consoles are moving to the next...
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