Are Consoles of the Current Generation Dying Soon?
Published and Copyrighted by Blast Away the Game Review on 9/14/2013
Written by Dustin Murphy
The big question when it comes to the leap from one generation to the next is inevitable – will my consoles last if I don’t immediately jump? Luckily for many of you, the answer is simple – yes. Thanks to many companies such as Ubisoft, Respawn Entertainment, Bioware, and Activision as well as their respective publishers, we can expect to see this generation last at least a few more years. A good example is how many of the next generation titles such as Titanfall, Watchdogs, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and of course Battlefield will getting multi-generation based launches. We’ll see each of them of course on Xbox 360, Wii U, and or PS3. Do not forget, some of these are exclusives and or mutli-platform exclusives (360/PC). This however is not the only thing that will keep this generation strong, instead its releases of titles of upcoming titles such as Batman: Arkham Origins, Dark Souls II, Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns, and previously released titles such as Diablo III, Grand Theft Auto V, and Defiance will be what keeps this generation strong for years to come.
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For the readers out there, do you have interest in the next generation of console gaming? If so, what are you looking forwards to the most? For those of you who aren’t going to next generation immediately, why not? We’d love to read your comments below for input, and maybe we’ll even reach out to the game companies with your concerns and thoughts on this.