I remain neutral since I have all 3. A 360, PS3, and Wii. though the 360 came first, then PS3 then the Wii last month. most of my games are 360. good thing you didn't add the PC as a gaming machine. the PC rules all!
I am in the Microsoft empire but claim neutrality, but apparently Microsoft signed a treaty with the Nintendo Faction and have recently called a truce with the Sony Legion, it's still unclear if this tenuous peace will last, but what I do know is that all three systems rock, and If it comes down to it I'll become a mercenary employed by all three, not hating any as long as I get PAID.
SonY warrior but Neutral against Nintendo...becus my first games systems were the gameboy color and NES. But then We upgraded to a Playstation and N64..then sold our N64 and got a PS2 for christmas...(I missed bomberman 64 like crazy)..then we got a gamecube...played gamecube and Playstation2..I still believ GMcube is Nintendos 2nd strongest console and is VERRY close behind the Wii for a second just because of the games,graphics,controllers and its compatibility for multiplayer play...Now we have a WII and a PS3..I play the PS3 MUCH more often because of graphics and games but I like the Wii for parties and such because I can pull out DJ hero and Games like Warioware Wii Play,sports, and resort and some other shooters I have for it...So there is my reasoning...Ehh....Xbox is cool(I love Halo3 and L4D one and two) but..it can be very faulty...whens the last time you heard about a PS3 getting a Red ring or malfunctioning half as much as the 360?
Ahh, the good old console wars. Never really fought in them, but my opinions are thus:
The PS3 is by far the better piece of hardware, (I've had to have my XboX repaired no less that five times so far) but until recently, it was horribly overpriced, considering the majority of the good games were on the Xbox anyway. In recent times, things have shifted back into Sony's favor though, however I still prefer Xbox Live, what with all the fantastic arcade games and such you can get there.
While I love my Nintendo, I still haven't gotten a Wii yet, mostly because so few of the games for it appeal to me. Maybe I'm just stuck in the past?
Nintendo is perhaps the purest out of the lot, and the most original and I respect that, but Sony is by far the most powerful and most promising, long live Playstation! Huzzar! Is it any wonder I was dubbed a Sony supremacist by my friends.
nintendo relies on old fanbases, nothing new xbox is working with outdated tech, camera based motion control and a new halo (way to redo what was done when the first one launched) sony still has the most 'interesting' junk to come out
- I havenīt custom of play games with any kind of console. However,I love when games characters are show in TV series or OVAs,as happen with Street Fighter,Dragon Ball and Rosario+Vampire,among others.
I would have said Sony all the way; but, in light of what they've done with people that use the OtherOS function on the older systems, I'm not exactly happy with what they've been doing behind the scenes.
Last generation PS2 would have seen me squarely in the Sony camp since there were so many brilliant games for that machine. Still, it seems the PS3 is too expensive, bulky, and lacking games for it's good. The higher resolution also means more of the games try to be all glossy and glitsy which is dull for me. I totally prefer when games put more into making their games fun rather than making them "sparkle".
I suppose I'm in the Nintendo camp now then. Here in Japan the DS has been pretty much the only system that I play games on and I'm quite fond of it even though it's a lower-resolution hand held. Back in the US I played a considerable amount of Wii games (even though I don't own a Wii). There seems to be a lot of fun games for it, although that stupid controller gets tiresome. If the Wii wasn't trying to be Mr. Innovative McDouchypants and stick to a regular gamepad control scheme then I'd totally throw my support behind the machine %100!
Side note, the stylus for the DS can be good in certain game contexts. I think it's obnoxious when the games try to force you to use it for things that would be better handled with simple pad controls (like Zelda Phantom Hourglass). I'm happy that some games (like Dragon Quest IX) let you ignore the stylus for the most part (leaving it as something you can use optionally).
Hmm where's the computer option? I really don't see why consoles made it past the 90-ies, every thing a console can do a computer should be able to do better, don't know why that field doesn't get explored. Oh and where the hell is my VR?