... if there are no games to go with it. As entertaining as it's been, all this discussion of power and throwing of facts and stats about hardware is becoming a bit tiresome again. One factor seems to be consistently overlooked, the fact that your chosen console/computer could be the most powerful behemoth of a games machine ever known to human kind, but it means precisely squat if there are no worthwhile games to play on it. This is arguably the most important factor in determining any machine's success, and for me, by far the most likely reason for me taking an interest in a console or ignoring it (which doesn't happen very much at all, I'm glad to say). It's looking good on the Nintendo front, seems to be picking up for my PS2, but not so good for the XBox. Only one game, Project Gotham, that really catches my eye. Perhaps Microsoft should think more about making the games appeal to consumers instead of trying to boast about processing power. After all, compare the XBox to the Gameboy Advance. Not much of a match up in power, but I know which one I'd rather have at this point. Feel much better now I've got that off my chest. Feel free to crucify me for it.