Bioware recently revealed many interesting details regarding the Mass Effect franchise, such as the release window for the upcoming Mass Effect 4 and some scrapped elements from Mass Effect 2 and 3. (Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 4, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
Next year is shaping up to be a pretty big year for console gamers. Grand Theft Auto V, Dead Space 3, Bioshock Infinite, Tomb Raider, just to name a few. And that’s only for the first-half of 2013!PlayStation 3 has a handful of exciting exclusives, including The Last Of Us, Beyond and the Sly Cooper reboot (which is arriving a few years too late for my liking).But for the 360, exclusive brands are nowhere to be seen, aside from the under-the-radar Gears of War: Judgement, which feels like a forced tide-over of a tired franchise until the next Xbox arrives.So why has Microsoft done so little to evolve its exclusives lineup for Xbox 360 beyond 2012
GXC: “There are few games that have shaped geek culture to the extent The Legend of Zelda has. One of Nintendo’s flagship franchises, The Legend of Zelda has been a tremendously popular series worldwide – capturing hearts of geeks and gamers for over two decades
Clayton goes over some fears he had for the Persona franchise as they headed into new uncharted territory.
so this is the answer to the article written earlier?both systems have their pros and cons. and if you have the money buy both. Now believe me as someone who has both MS has done a lot wrong in past few years than right.