Yeah I own all 3. I have a DS and a PSP also, but have not upgraded either to 3DS or Vita though I think a 3DS is likely in my future. I don't plan on getting a Wii-U this year, but if some good exclusives come out before the new Xbox or Playstation then I'll consider it.
In fact I have 2 PS3's which both are in use. And my current 360 is my second one. I sold the first to gamestop before it red ringed, as it was on it's way to doing so and just past the warranty. In the end it cost me the same amount to buy a new one as it would've to repair the old one. Plus I got a bigger hard drive and 2 games. Plus the Wii.
I had a 360, then a wii, then the 360 red ringed, then I bought a new 360, then I sold the wii to get a PS3, then I sold the 360 at a flea market, then I bought a new wii for Zelda. I currently have a Wii and a PS3 and I have not touched either since last November for Zelda/Uncharted 3. I play on the PC when I can, but I like having the other two when exclusives come out. The only 360 exclusive that I miss is Shadow Complex, never got into Gears and I haven't enjoyed Halo since the first one.
I do! I finally got a wii (prices are great right now) a couple of weeks ago in preparation for The Last Story, and so I can play Xenoblade. Before I just borrowed my friends console (that he never uses) for all the Wii games I wanted. This did not please him so much during Skyward Sword, so I decided to get my own rather than take advantage of him for 100+ hours of back to back JRPG action.
I have all three, and I frequently use all three. I also have a DS, 3DS and PSP which all get their fair share of play also. And hopefully I will be getting a good enough PC to use it as a full-on gaming PC (althought e main purpose of it will be video/graphis/game design so that I can get into making games). I love all kinds of games and am extremely interested in the mechanics and how they change relative to the console so I am very neutral on all of them and would be very interested into making games for any one of them as I have first hand experience with them all.
Just the X360. It's well-supported and affordable. All the major games come out for it. And selective as I am, I don't feel like I'm missing out on the other consoles' exclusives. My X360 I bought in 2008. No RROD or other malfunctions since. I love that system!
I used to own all.... well technically I didn't have all of them at the same time so I guess only one is the correct anwser, I had a Wii then a 360 and now I have a PS3 wich in the end turn out to be my favorite I don't think I'm really missing something from not owning one of those other 2 at the moment.
Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Though if it wasn't for the Yakuza and Uncharted series, Heavy Rain and some other random exclusives, I probably wouldn't own a PS3 either.
I thought that initially but i'm really glad I held onto my PS3 since Microsoft seems to have given up with exclusives. I do play most non-exclusives on Xbox & PC though. Mostly due to better online and (IMO) a better controller.
Yes. And as much as I really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really liked Muramasa, I regret getting a Wii.
I'm surprised by how much I liked the game, i'm usually a snob when it comes to simplistic action games but something about the presentation sold me on it. Personally Metroid Prime 3 alone justified owning the console, I'm also one of the few who really enjoyed Other M. Have you tried No More Heroes and Silent Hill? I admit the Wii wasnt worth full price at launch (I didnt pay for it) but if you can get it cheap there's plenty of games worth playing on it.
I'm probably gonna wait a couple years before I get a Wii U ;p
I currently own a Wii and a PS3, but I used to own a 360. When my 360 red-ringed, I pretty much was done with the system as it had literally turned into solely a Rez and Ikaruga system (I love those games, but they are hardly system sellers.) I haven't used the Wii in such a long time, that I honestly don't know its exact location. :P
@BoOzak: Yeah, I know what you mean. Muramasa's presentation is second to none. It's like you can tell it didn't have an outrageous budget, but every little thing in that game feels like it was made by people who absolutely love their jobs.
I actually really want to try Other M. I love Metroid and regardless of the reviews and such, the game still looks fun to me. It's been floating around the $10-15 range on Amazon for a long time so I might as well just pick it up. I've also been considering getting Fragile Dreams after a few people here made some interesting comments about it.
No More Heroes looks okay, but I dunno how much I'd like it. I'm not sure if I've just been watching the wrong footage or what, but the action looks a little a janky and not as fluid as I'd like. And, as for Silent Hill, I don't exactly have the composure for horror games lol. Dead Space 2 was an absolute nightmare for me. At certain parts in the game (the daycare, the Ishimura, the church), I spent the entire time just saying "maaaaan, wtf" because I knew something was gonna scare the crap outta me and no matter what I did, I would never be mentally prepared lol. i absolutely loved that game though so hey, I may end up giving SIlent Hill a shot after all lol.
I have a 360 and a Wii. I got the wii on release then when the games slowed for that/ I took a major interest in the games exclusive to PS3 and 360 around mid 2009 and got a 360 as well. I also have a DS, PSP and a weak PC if those count. There are a few PS3 games I'd love to play like uncharted, ratchet and sly but I cant justify it only for those few games.