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    It's a no from me as well. I spend far more time now either handheld gaming, or on the DC or N64 than I spend on the Wii, PS2 or PS3 that I have. Seems pointless me buying something will probably feel a little bit dated to me as soon as it's released, and most likely end up gathering dust at the bottom of a TV stand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miner2049er View Post

    Maybe in 20 years.
    Im like that with cars, music and video games. With games and music i just enjoy them more after the shine has worn off. It seems i can see it more for what it is after everyone else done praising or hating it. Easier to form my own thoughts i guess. Plus i tend to be a grouch about new things, i hate change.

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    I'm going to pick one up (maybe two or three, if I can manage it). The price is a non-issue for me.

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    Miner will wait until he can get one for free at Woolworth's

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    Haha! If only Woolworths were still around......
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    What are you talking about... they're still around.

    http://www.woolworth.com.mx/index.php/catalogo/df

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    Doofus!
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    I'm in, played Raman Legends at Best Buy and have to say I'm excited about the multiplayer opportunities presented by the Gamepad.

    I sold my Wii about 3 years ago and the backwards compatibility means I can play the cream of the crop Wii games until better Wii U games come out.

    Not interested in a new Xbox, the last update that added ads to the dashboard made me sell my 360. Same for the new playstation.

    I was down on Nintendo for a long time, but ever since I bought a 3DS XL it's about all I have played. Well that and retro games on my iPhone.

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    Out. I have a wii full of games. The wii u will not add to that and its going to be out of date when it comes out. So not much point in it.

    I rearly wish sega could come back and push the boundary abit. I would buy a dreamcast 2, dam it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wntic View Post
    I rearly wish sega could come back and push the boundary abit.
    I would be as happy as Saville in a boarding school for girls if Sega bought out a new console, especially with the possiblity of having the whole back catalgoue of megadrive, saturn, dreamcast, master system games and so on... jesus that would be amazing....

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