Q. How many of you will be keeping your current gen systems connected when you eventually upgrade to a PS4 or Xbox One, assuming you are moving on around the suspected November launch dates?
I still think there is some good games on the horizon for current gen systems (GTA V, Saint's Row 4, Killer Is Dead, South Park: The Stick Of Truth, Splinter Cell Black List, Batman: Arkham Origins...to name a few.) So although all those cables connected to the one TV doesn't sound appealing (or safe), I think I will either move my 360 to another room or keep about six systems in the one room.
It won't feel like winter this year with all those systems cooking in such a small space.
SECOND QUESTION -
Q. Are there people like myself who consider not buying games that come out in the months leading up to PS4/Xbox One because they will not be playable on those systems?
I am still looking forward to some of the games I listed above although I am disappointed that the Xbox One/PS4 doesn't support a selection of titles from the back catalog of the previous system (like the 360 did when it arrived).
Thanks in advance for any responses to this!