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oh and thought I would mention the only difference in my eyes this generation is the architecture but what if we got a new architecture what would happen then?
    
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Yes, ports will be easier be that doesn't mean developers will actually port their games or do it well. Keep in mind that developers view PC as a dead platform that's full of pirates.
I'm a PC guy, but I'll be primarily on PS4 when it comes out using a M+KB emulator with my PC setup. This way I get to play exclusives on both, get to play with my friends, and I still get to use my m+kb.
And no, consoles will never ever have native m+kb support as it's incredibly unfair to console players... which I know all too well. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

if the next gen has full native support for kb/mouse, then it'd be an interesting question.

if it doesn't...

hahahahahhah

Microsoft especially would never do that. That would move the Xbox from being a powerful console to being a medium PC(when first released). Plus it would have everyone asking why they didn't just install a regular copy of Windows so that it could be used as a PC. Microsoft doesn't want you to game on a PC because PC's do everything. They want you to buy an Xbox for gaming, a tablet, a phone, a windows laptop/desktop for productivity, etc.
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