Would it still make sense to buy a PS3 or X360 with the new generation machines just around the corner?
bralphye 49 weeks ago
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. I’ve missed this generation of gaming (except for a Wii, and I still have an original XBox and GameCube though). Will it be a waste of money to buy a PS3 this late in the product cycle? How long is Sony likely to continue to support the PS3? I ruled out the Wii U when Nintendo cut most online services for the Wii 6 months after the Wii U was released and while still selling the original Wii. I don’t want to get a $150 lame duck.
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