I'm going to try to find a way to explain this as best as I can. I haven't really played videogames very much, and I know that after the new systems get released they are going to still be making games for current gen systems for a couple years or so, but for some reason I see when the new systems come out, every other game system and games being obsolete LOL. I know it sounds dumb and I have no idea why that even crosses my mind but I just imagine going into the gamestores and only like 2 shelves of games XD. Maybe it's just how fast of a transition into the new gen will be, or maybe becaue I skipped most of the current gen. Idk it's completely random, I'm probably just focusing on ps4 stuff, anyway I'm excited ^^
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How many stores do you see selling VCRs these days?
walmart, best buy, sell vcrs -_-
I believe that is the point our most gracious Captain was trying to convey. If not, I shall be smited appropriately.
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But they're still DVD/VCR combo players, not just standalone VHS players.
The ps3 will continue to be supported for a quite a few years. Sony just stopped supporting the ps2 about 2 years ago
Actually, Sony just stopped manufacturing them this past January.
January 4, 2013 is when Sony discontinued the Playstation 2.
Just like every generation change, you will slowly begin to see retail stores
Sure, they may still sell PS3 / 360 games and cons
This is just to be expected.
It's not that Sony / MS will be abandoning their f
After awhile, video game only retailers and internet retailers will be the best
Many people will still continue to buy / play games on their PS3 / 360, even after picking up a PS4 / Xbox One. Including myself.
There are still plenty of games I've yet to play Then there will be those people who don't adopt to the next gen right away and will continue to play on their PS3 / 360 for the next few years. They won't be obsolete right away.