Seeing as you have no idea wot you want or whether either of them are worth buying why actually bother to do it?
i mean if there was a game you really really wanted to play , which was only on particular console then you would buy it right?
Obviously this isnt the case why dont you :
1.Save the money for something you need
2. Buy your mum,girlfriend,sister brother a nice pressie
3. Spend the money on making your mind up classes
4.Go to a horse or dog track and gamble , if you win buy both of em
I mean cmon you have asked the same question thousands of times!! please someone tell me what to do and you still dont do it !!
your like that bloke in the fast show in the pub who cant make a decision on anything, tell you wot why dont you ask us to choose your breakfast cereal,trousers, job,cat etc for you!!
InMan, get a gamecube. I had a PS2 with every game out at the time (267 of, obviously pirate). I'd have to say the only good games on that system were SSX / SSX Tricky / Jak & Daxter and a few obscure imports.
Got rid of it for the Gamecube, and have played it solid for 8 months now.
XBOX would be okay, although will fall into the same hole as the PS2 before long. (and what the hell is with that controller???).
That was just as bad as the comment you were condemning...
inman, this question has been posted to death really and there are plenty of links about it. IMO You should ask yourself what gaming genres do you enjoy - action/adventure/FPS/RTS/racing/fighters/RPGs/platformers/music + rythem/old skool shooters/sports/puzzle etc etc.
Once you have a list of genres that you like, have a look at both the GameCube's and Xbox's list of games and have a look at how many genres that match - For example FPS = Halo (Xbox). Platformers - Mario Sunshine (Gamecube) and so on.
After all games are a form of interactive entertainment regardless if some people call it "kiddie" or "adult" or "teen". If it fits the genres you're looking for then go for it. At the end of the day you can't lose as long as you're honest with yourself that you like videogames for what they are, and not what brand it carries.
Like I said THAT IS MY OPINION!AND THIS IS A FIRUM IS IT NOT?
sorry but the rehash issue is more than obvious and a great deal of the games are SQUARELY aimed at the Kiddies market.
Mario et al.Like I Said SOME PEOPLE LIKE THAT
I agree that Mario may look kiddy, but it plays like the mature old timer that it is. It has many elements that even a hardened gamer such as myself, with nearly 25yrs of playing behind him, find a little tricky.
25yrs of gaming, damn that makes me feel old, what have I done with my life!
I agree with Bishman, although 25 years of gaming is an awfully long time compared to my 12 years of playing videogames or so. Would be longer if I included the year I bought a Nintendo Game and Watch with Donky Kong ^_^ Loved that watch to bits until I left it in my pocket and was thrown in the wash >_< Wish I kept that flip hand-held thing as well... Had two screens and the game was about a person going along a maze disarming bombs or something... Right now I can't remember the title and no its not BombJack ^_^ I can remember it having a red outercase anyway ::shrugs::
I still need to get more shines but I've been too busy >_< Looks like I'll have to make time for it soon though since the release date for certain games are coming up very soon...
lol gizlaroc, for the life of me I can't remember the game >_< Its just annoying me now. It was pretty good until again someone splashed it with water. I used to have the old Double Dragon II hand-held too. I'll probably run a search for it since I saw the hand-held on TV a good few months ago on GamePad II I believe...