GamerSushi Asks: The Perfect Console?

Wii U

With the Wii U getting a lot of buzz lately and all this talk of what Microsoft and Sony could have in store for us in the future, it occurred to me ask you, our beloved and wise readers: what would you want in a next-gen console? I don’t mean specs or anything like that, although do let me know if you want something slightly more powerful and less expensive or if you want a graphics powerhouse and have to pay more money.

I am more curious about what features you would be interested in, such as Nintendo TVii (UGH), multimedia applications, controller support, DRM for used games, online support and so forth. Consoles have come a long way since I was a kid. Now they are the (allegedly) the centerpiece of the living room and people expect more out of them than they used to. So hit the comments because this is your chance to let your voice be heard. Maybe the gods will hear our cries and actually deliver. GO!

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Age: 34 PSN ID: Starkiller81. I've played games since before I can remember, starting with my dad's Atari and I haven't stopped yet. Keep them coming and I will keep playing them.

One thought on “GamerSushi Asks: The Perfect Console?”

  1. Controller support. I think without any kind of fanboy or flame wars, most gamers who have played both can agree that some games are better suited to a controller, and some games are better suited for a mouse & keyboard. I’m a PC gamer, but I still have a PlayStation-style controller and a little hack-app that tricks a game into thinking I have an Xbox360 controller plugged in for driving/arcade/platforming games. People hook up their PCs to TVs and mice and keyboards to their ps3s. Aside from motion controller specific games, I don’t see any reason to restrict someone from playing they way they find most comfortable. Even certain games are better suited for a living room (local co-op?) and others better suited for a lights-off basement bedroom where you keep your PC. Have cake and eat it too?

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