Real Talk By: KJ

Question Posed By: Vex

Back in the day A console gave you more of a locked-in feeling, Knowing that whatever released during a generation, you could most-likely play.  Now there appears to be more hurdles.  With all the Nintendo 3DS releases, the last was not only the most powerful, it had exclusive titles.  You can only run Xenoblade Chronicles on it, kicking the former versions to the curb.  The 3D effect is only usable in the New 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors.  This applies to other games on the handheld also.  PC gaming gets knocked on because owners upgrade their rigs to run modern games.  Now it seems like console owners have a similar task, possibly spending more money in the long run.   PlayStation 4 is getting a souped-up 4K machine.  Awesome for those who never bought the system.  Day-one fans, may not share the same feelings.  Is Xbox 1.5 happening?  With their track record of controller and system reloads, it is a high possibility.

The Coin-Op Question: Are Mid-Gen System Upgrades a Good Idea?

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