Xbox 720, Playstation 4, Wii 2 Rumors Thread

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 8 years ago '04        #41
MosDefinition 19 heat pts19
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 franchise said:
i also heard this



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virtual boy

maybe the biggest failure ever beside sega 32 x and saturn

i played that piece of crap once when i was a kid and got a headache
 8 years ago '04        #42
deziking 81 heat pts81
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they should of renamed it xbox 420.
 07-30-2009, 11:27 AM         #43
Mcmasterlock 
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 Gater said:
I heard Xbox 720 comes built with hd dvd?
I heard yall n*gga was just talking s**t
 8 years ago '06        #44
marcusaka50 58 heat pts58
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Made up s**t its gonna be a min I would guess to get better graphics and everything esle
 8 years ago '06        #45
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 marcusaka50 said:
Made up s**t its gonna be a min I would guess to get better graphics and everything esle
thats...actually.....the best reply of the thread......
 07-30-2009, 11:57 AM         #46
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 str8_akademiks said:
That's not that much of a difference when you factor in the cost of XBL and a wireless adaptor
Plus a recharge kit

 carden2 said:
but it's just the whole deal folk saying 360 fail all the time when they already fixed the problem causing red ring of death
You keep telling yourself that.
 8 years ago '05        #47
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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what a dumbass
O.K. Einstein.
 8 years ago '04        #48
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its microsoft i wouldnt put it past them didnt they try and k!ll xp when vista came out
they did it with WindowsMe...they knew that was an abortion of an OS

they tried with XP until they realized that no one could run Vista well without buying a new PC

they did it with the first Xbox...I looked up and all of a sudden no more games was coming out for that s**t...they did that s**t on the sneak too
 8 years ago '06        #49
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well we know 3 things about the ps4 off the bat...

1)no backwards compatability

2)can't play your own music during games

3)will be another let down in the game department

lol
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July 24, 2009 6:00 AM PDT
Are you ready for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720?
by Don Reisinger


Epic Games Vice President Mark Rein said in a recent interview that although the video game industry has historically seen console refreshes every four to six years, there's no need to follow that strategy this time around. Consumers just aren't ready yet, he said.
PS3

The PlayStation 3 might be around longer than you think.
(Credit: Sony)

"Over half the users who played Gears of War 2 so far do not have HDTVs," Rein told Eurogamer in an interview. "My point is, of the systems that are out there now, the majority of them aren't plugged into HDTVs. So there's no way we're ready for the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox Whatever."

Rein's comments fall in line with what Sony has been touting as the PlayStation 3's 10-year lifecycle. The hardware maker has said on numerous occasions that the rapid console updates of the past simply don't apply in this generation. That's why Sony, even though it's trailing far behind the competition today, believes it can still win this console war. It believes that its console is the only device on the market that has staying power.

For a while, many video game pundits (myself included) thought that argument was nonsense. Surely there is something bigger and better on the horizon, right?

Rein doesn't think so. He doesn't believe Microsoft will release a high-powered Xbox 720 to replace the Xbox 360. On the contrary, he thinks the future of the Xbox is based solely in Project Natal, motion-detecting technology to control a gaming system with no controller required.

"It's called Natal," Rein said. "That is the next Xbox."

Microsoft is saying the same thing. Just last week, the head of Microsoft Game Studios, Phil Spencer, said that when Project Natal is made available, it will revolutionize the market.

"When Natal comes out, it will feel like a new generation has arrived," Spencer said. "I see it as like the launch of the Xbox 360 back in 2005--there will be a launch portfolio of games to support it."

So perhaps Rein is right. Maybe the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox 720, while still possible, might not make their way to store shelves for quite some time.

It makes sense. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are network- and HD-ready. Thanks to firmware upgrades, the hardware companies can release incremental improvements to keep the consoles alive and well. Since the future is both online and in HD, what makes an Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 so important?

Moreover, developers face some real challenges when a new console is released. They need to learn how to exploit the hardware, which tends to lengthen development and cost the company more cash. And even though the Xbox 720 or PlayStation 4 might be able to provide Pixar-like graphics, that might be far too expensive for developers, causing most companies to balk at going that far with graphical prowess. While most gamers might want more from their consoles, sometimes, it's just not financially feasible.

Then there are consumers. If they've yet to capitalize on this generation's technology, why should the industry rush to bring out new hardware? Maybe the industry should allow consumers to catch up and then decide how to move forward.

But in the end, it's demand that will dictate the future of this space. And that demand comes from you. So, what do you say? Are you ready for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox 720? Or would you rather wait until you've fully exploited the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360?
 08-03-2009, 01:48 PM         #51
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this thread is funny..props for it
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