There is an article going around about a survey noting 57% of 1,000 videogames professionals at the London Games Conference believe digital sales will overtake boxed product sales in 2015. 16% of that group say the switch will happen in a year, 39% say during 2013, and 76% before 2015 is over.
Contrary to these industry executive beliefs, the world does not currently possess this kind of technology on a global scale to handle full console to streaming games digitally. Granted there's plenty of digital games for sale, but it's access isn't made worldwide simply because some internet connections cannot sustain speeds to stream games.
Therefore physical purchases will still be dominate in years to come unless everyone has the speed of fiber optics available in their area. I'm not saying that digital sales will not rise or even outsell in the upcoming years, but saying digital games will discontinue physical purchases in just 3 years is downright mythical. I wouldn't want these execs to work for my company in the finance department.
I'm on Chapter 3 right now and I do like the game but the AI is at times difficult. For example, why does it take so many hits to take down puny enemies? It takes like 5-6 hits, but to take me down takes like 4. In the area of the walking dead, I would cut off the heads of the zombies and they are still trying to attack. Like WTH? Leveling up doesn't seem like it does much against the enemies. I have just as hard of a time when I first started the game till now when I'm level 13.
Well I first had a Wii then I got a 360 Elite. So my next console would be PS3. I got both the DS and PSP.
Research the games you might like first, then choose upon pricing, availability and replay value. The Wii is inexpensive as well as it's games compared to a PS3. Hell, I gotta save for a few months just to get myself a PS3. If you can find a Wii, you'll like it. The games on there are different since you're using the shaky controller, but I think it's cool because you get more exercise. There are some good games out for it and will be good games coming out soon. These games are worth it, not to mention the WiiWare and the Wii shopping titles that were migrating to the Wii from Nintendo, SNES, Genesis, etc. You can't go wrong with classic. You can also play Gamecube games on it.
I could name a couple of games that were long and wasn't that good - FFX and Xenosaga Episode 1. I eventually just sold FFX. I couldn't take the BS anymore. Xenosaga has an intriguing storyline, but its just way too damn long. I still haven't finished it @_@
"I think its only 360 games because they release original Xbox games on the market place"
I agree. You either buy the game in Market Place or try to get your own hard disc copy. Some xbox games don't run on 360 though. I think the ones sold in market place are the only ones that can be played on 360.