Just save up and buy both. It's not an all or nothing decision.
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@shinboy630: I would really love an Abra if you have any to spare. I've spent a few hours already trying to look for it after it teleported away. I want to use it as one of my mains. I have no idea how I'll ever find one with a modest nature.
Love it. So addicting. I've only had a good experience with it so far as I'm still pretty on so every pokemon I get is new. I just feel bad that I'm just sending Pikachu's into the trade but hey, I figure, a person can't really be that mad if they see a Pikachu!
Dead Rising 3 is the one game I'm interested in playing and I'll probably pick up a Xbox One too if it looks half decent.
@crusader8463: You're probably right. But the other part of me feels as if there is some sort of novelty in picking it up at launch and I would be remiss if, for some reason afterwards, there was a shortage, like there has been in the past, and it became difficult to obtain. I also like to be kept in the loop so to speak in the gaming community.
Fortunately for me, money isn't really a consideration-- I'm doing quite well financially. I'm just struggling with the principal of the matter. I know, first world problems :/
None of the games interest me so far... :/
Is it weird to pick up the console at launch but no games? Anyone else thinking of doing that? I was thinking of picking up the Xbone too while I'm at it, but again, same problem. :/
I wonder if it's a product of age (getting older) or past experience-- I'm just finding it really hard to get excited about launch. I feel almost as if I'm picking up the new consoles out of routine rather than need. There use to be a time where I would be so excited that I couldn't sleep. Now I wonder if it's just me or whether it really is just a lacklustre line-up. What do you guys think?