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Tell GR: Marry One, F*** One, Kill One

Posted on Thursday, March 1 @ 20:51:41 PST by

WIth new hardware talk almost everywhere we look, I thought to myself, where do I really stand with the big three hardware manufacturers?

Sure, Microsoft used to be really macho, but they've taken a turn for the family friendly. Is the maker of the Xbox 360 and Kinect finally ready to hang up the chainsaw bayonets and settle down?

Nintendo's always been in that "let's settle down, raise a family, and play minigames together" place, but I wonder if maybe it's already got a million families set up all over the place. How can you trust a hardware manufactuerer like that?

Sony's the type that really likes to spend a lot. ($600 on one date!) It likes to dress up in tuxedoes and you can really take it wherever you go and show it off (high-end portable gaming people!), but will it ever settle down?

So, of the big three platform holders which one would you marry, f***, and kill?


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