questionswhich is worth saving for, the new wii u or…

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I do so little portable gaming these days, what with laptops and phones to keep me busy if I'm on the go. I'm going for the Wii U myself...

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I want a Wii U. I love the idea of all of it.

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I'm hesitant to buy anything from Nintendo at this point. They seem to be more interested in creating novelties rather than focusing on the games. I was one of the many suckered into buying a Wii that now collects dust because there aren't enough decent games for it. Won't do that again with Wii U.

But then, I'm not that impressed with the PS Vita either, so... shrug.

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@wingnutzero: Ya seriously Were is boxing game to end all boxing games?

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I'll buy the Wii U the second I can get it for less than MSRP. I do not like Sony portables, but the weird touch feature looks cool. I see no reason to pick it over a Nintendo Handheld though.

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I think the Sony is finally doing right in the handheld department with the vita. I think the PSP would have done much better if it would have had dual analog sticks. You completely leave out FPS gamers without it.

On the Wii U, I think its a terrible and overly expensive item. You will have to buy one of those controllers for everyone who wants to play in the house and even though the price for them haven't been released. you know they wouldn't be cheap. Also Nintendo has a tendency to drop support for their systems when they move on to a new one. They stated that the new Zelda maybe the last first party game coming out for the Wii.

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@wootbretz: With all the crazy names for all the new systems so far I would suspect that maybe Sony and Microsoft will come up with some wacky name for their systems too.

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@segafanalways: I agree.

My point was that instead of buying either item in question, I will wait for the successors of the non-handheld, non-gimmicky consoles.

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@segafanalways: Actually, you won't need a touch screen controller for every player. According to Popular Mechanics:

"Nintendo says that just one U controller can connect to the U at a time, along with four standard Wiimotes."

http://bit.ly/jqtXD4

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@mrzman: Then wouldn't that make the Wii U remote more of a gimmicky add on then "Next Gen" gaming?

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Look at the specs and see what fits you best along with the types of games you like to play.

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@segafanalways: Actually, you don't buy any extra controllers, it supports all the wii controllers AND you get the new controller with the system. Kind of hard to wrap your head around, but basically, it should be affordable.

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The Vita. Definitely. The PSP has been my console of choice for a while now. The games that come out for the PSP have mostly all been top notch. I'm seriously disappointed with my Wii. It just sits there unplugged in my house. I agree with motion being gimmick (except for Kinect). I have always been more of a Nintendo guy. I think I've owned every system they have put out. I'm about to buy a 3DS (despite the 3D gimmick... I'm more interested in the classic gaming available from the store.)

Portable gaming has proved to be the best for me. I can play it at the doctor's office, on my work break, lying in bed, etc.

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ps vita has two cameras , oled screen, wifi,gps,sixaxsismode,rear screen and two anlong