Possibly, somewhere down the road, but I highly doubt that will be the case in the near future.gamebacker said:more safer and more funny means you will pay more.
Icyguy said:Certainly. PSN is free and will stay free. No reason it shouldn't.
Not everyone is like Microsoft... some companies actually give you free services. (And now it's rumored MS will not allow used games to be played on Nextbox. O
Bluevoodu said:yeah... I know a lot of people do not agree with me... but I think exclusives on systems is a good thing.
Bingo... it's relatively stupid that every system has the same game. It can be convenient... but what's the purpose of 3 different systems then? Absolutely nothing. Exclusives make or break a system... as well as the online interface and GUI of the system. It can create compition for games as well.targetrasp said:Exclusive games validate why I always go out and buy every new system, sadly this current generation has killed it. My ps3 has sat for years at a time w/o use, matter of fact the last time it was turned on it was so my daughter could watch a blu ray of smurfs while i had the other blu ray player tied up.
I pay for xbox live because I prefer it over PSN, if paying for psn made the service better I'd be down. On the other hand live just changed and I hate it.
I don't know... When the Wii was the only system with prominent motion control, I think that sold more systems than exclusives did.Bluevoodu said:but what's the purpose of 3 different systems then? Absolutely nothing.
The console vs PC wasn't really in my discussion.... I too play games like that and buy doubles for console and PC. I do that exact same thing... sometimes I like to play on my PC and sometimes I like to play on my console.ThravRande said:I don't know... When the Wii was the only system with prominent motion control, I think that sold more systems than exclusives did.
I think exclusives do play a big part (I bought my Wii for SSBB and my PS3 for MGS4) I wouldn't go as far to say it's the only thing that sells them, and it's not always the main selling point. imo
And even games that exist on multiplatforms can be fun in their own way. For example, I have Bad Company 2, Just Cause 2, and Resident Evil 5 on both PS3 and Steam. Sometimes I prefer to play with keyboard, sometimes I prefer a controller.