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All I want is a variety of games. I don't want a thousand dumbed-down cookie cutter ttiles, nor do I want (or need) a dashboard full of apps that other machines are better equipped to run. I simply want a game console that does what a game console is supposed
to do. Apparently, manufacturers, developers & publishers have completely lost sight of that purpose.
Maybe, Make The XBOX 720, An Adults Only Console & Leave The Large List Of Games On The 360, For The Kids...
You know, you're only supposed to capitalize proper names & the first word in sentences.
And what would an adults only console be? I'm an adult, and mature enough to realize they're
all games. Anyone who thinks something like C.O.D. or Resident Evil is more
adult than Sonic the Hedgehog or Viva Pinata hasn't, in all reality, grown up.
I'm with OG Pooh to some degree. I want a console that is a game console "first" and other stuff next. I have no issue having other stuff on there, but not like how it is now. I think the one thing that the 360 is really needing is a couple of AAA exclusives.
I don't think they need to have tons of exclusives, but they need to have more than kinect, xbla, and media content for exclusives.
If MS isn't careful, their next gen could be like what is happening to BlackBerry now. BlackBerry was the premier smart phone provider, just a few years ago, and now due to some bad decisions they are circling the drain. While MS does have more going for
it than just the xbox division, their console could easily be at the "back of the bus" next gen in terms of market share and sales, if they don't change some thinking.