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I agree about the controller Carson, I use one with my PC.
In my opinion all of the consoles are pretty much the same, and the same holds true to the next generation. I'd rather have a Wii U and a so called "gimmick" that enhances gameplay and makes the gaming experience better than have a console that plays the exact same as it's competitor.
Question: What do you look forward to in the neXtBox and the PS4, respectively?
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I look forward to seeing how they're enhancing the multiplayer. I want to see how Microsoft will improve on Live. And how Sony will fight back when it comes to online services.
Xbox has a better controller in my opinion, They have far more players who use voice chat, because they included a headset when you buy a system. This helps them get more players and thus exlusives for games like Call of Duty. Also, if you watch game informer or any other site's videos, you will notice they use xbox almost exclusively. Finally, and this isn't something I care a whole lot about, but the Kinect has been much more widely accepted than the Move.
I'm not saying its definitely going to be the best next gen console, but its the one I would bet my money on.
I'm not a big fan of the Kinect, but you have to admit, Microsoft tried to be different with their motion controls. Sony kind of copied Nintendo with their motion controls. Microsoft supported the Kinect (albeit the games aren't good) more than Sony supported the Move.
Carson, your definition of ''direct sequel'' is subjective. Gears is a sequel, whether it bears the number 4 or not.
Its a prequel....
Definitely a prequel