What If This is the Last Console Generation?

What If This is the Last Console Generation?
From N4G - February 15, 2018
_-EDMIX-_8m ago(Edited 2m ago)


The line between console and PC is actually not really blurring any more than it did the previous generation.

The Home console is not upgradeable it is a standalone box only created to play games

A PC is open source and created to be modular.

Home consoles have not become open-source and they have also not become modular so I am sorry but you do not really have any idea of what you are talking about.

"There are those who feel the term "traditional" refers to the ability of just plug and play. No having to set up internet or download or install but just simply... pop in a game and play." Huh?

Buddy just stop it sounds like you are trying to force a definition to fit a narrative or an agenda

I mean that would be like me trying to say that there are those that believe console means putting inside of a cartridge without a damn disc, are you telling me that's what console really means because I said so just to argue? Smh.

You are literally trying to argue that traditional means it's never going to change at all as if there's never going to be even a slight technological difference between the systems that release in the future.

That might be literally one of the stupidest things I have ever read Because by that logic anything beyond the regular Nintendo to you is not a console because it is not a regular Nintendo.....

I mean what's next are you going to tell me that the N64 in PlayStation are no longer consoles because they have joysticks because the first Nintendo system does not have joysticks?

Ok pal

So where on Earth did you read that home consoles are defined by never having any type of technological differences even slightly? Are you seriously telling me you do not understand just how stupid this actually is? Read what you posted and explain what you are talking about because I have no clue why anyone would seriously believe the term literally means to verbatim, to never change or adapt to the market.


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