@pakalolobro420 said:@KaneRobot said:@pakalolobro420 said:hey man pc gamn is prtty cool you can get 60 fps in 1080 p which i cant lie sounds bombDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYMNim sensn some of that sarcasm but hey i saw in motion it looks bomb no lie.lol@The_Ruiner said:Bought my 360 about 5 years late and I'm still pretty happy with it. Mostly because it's where my friends are... I do play a lot more games on Steam these days... but I tend to have my 360 running netflix while I do that...so yeah...the magic isn't gone yet...That's because you bought into the system later, I wasn't far off from the launch date so it's obvious why I'm basically done with the system.@hollitz said:Since PC versions have improved so much, I only plug my 360 in for 3 or 4 times a year. I'd recommend against selling it though. You'll probably be sad that you did a few years down the line.How? By not being able to play a game that randomly gives me the urge to revisit? Not worth it.@fox01313 said:While you do need to go with the consoles where your friends are at, you might not want to sell it just on the off chance of wanting the next one & transferring your stuff from the existing 360 to the new one (if that's an option).I'm not sure how that will work out but I'm hedging my bets that all the games and stuff I bought will continue to be tied to my account also MS is really going to have to surprise me cuz I'm really not interested in buying the next Xbox.@ll_Exile_ll said:(because I prefer the controller)Wired 360 controller or wireless receiver + wireless controller = problem solved unless you just don't have the hardware to run those games at an acceptable setting.