Originally Posted by CorkyFan
Because the power of a console is directly correlated with how much fun it is to play. Not.
The Wii and 360 are infinitely more fun to play than the PS3. There is plenty of evidence to support my claim in both sales numbers and the fact I live with 800 people my age (18-22) in the same building group and only 2 people (out of 800) own PS3's. The shared spaces have Wii and 360 groups/parties all the time. The PS3 is used to watch movies.
Forgive me if I seem rude, but this is fanboy trolling at it's most obvious. Sorry, but greater sales doesn't = fun to play. Considering 360 and ps3 have 90% of the same games, your argument is pretty ridicules. And the "all my friends love it" fallacy isn't too convincing either. Both consoles have a comparable gameplay experience, and saying one is more fun than the other is nothing more than pure biased fanboyism. Like saying Nikes are more fun to wear than Reboks....
That said... who here actually played their Wii two weeks after they got it? Wii syndrome is a well established phenomena of buying a Wii, loving it for 2 weeks and then NEVER, EVER touching it again.
It would be nice if the big N's new console had a bit more horse power so that it wasn't as outdated as the Wii straight out the gates, but I guess nintendo has different plans.Edited by Chimeracaust - 4/20/11 at 12:50pm