Fitness Minutes: (59,632)
1,999 2/10/13 9:15 P
okay, for the kidz I was thinking of simple games like dancing or something with dinosaurs or something learning related.
Fitness Minutes: (52,399)
2/10/13 5:55 P
If one can afford it and also doesn't let it rule their lives, it is great. I definitely get a kick out of the Kinex functions and have actually been able to watch shows that I've missed over the years.
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Fitness Minutes: (14,252)
9,691 2/10/13 5:34 P
I agree with Advent. We have both; I use the PS3 for Netflix, because you don't have to pay extra for the privilege of streaming!
But the Kinect is far superior to PS3's motion detection wands. Just be aware you need plenty of space; I have a very small living room, and we can't get far enough back for everyone to play effectively.
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Fitness Minutes: (2,098)
2/10/13 5:09 P
Me and my husband are what you would call "Hardcore Gamers".
I use to have an XBOX 360, but I got rid of it and got a PS3 instead.
The thing about Xbox is if you want to play games online or watch netflix you have to have a Gold membership which costs about 50 dollars a year per account. With the PS3 it's all free, the online gaming and you can stream netflix with no cost, not to mention it is also a blu-ray player. The only reason I would get a Xbox again is for the Kinect and Halo (which is only on Xbox). I'm also not sure about the newer Xbox 360 models but the older ones would overheat and crap out on you. I haven't had any problems with the PS3.
Now as controllers go, you should get one with the console when you buy it. Other then that, if you want the good controllers they are going to cost you about 55 dollars each. You can go for cheaper ones (personally aren't very good) for about 20-30 dollars. New games a usually between 50-60 dollars. I recommend going to GameStop and getting used games for cheaper. Gamestop also sells used controllers, etc.
Fitness Minutes: (59,632)
1,999 2/7/13 12:41 A
I have decided on getting xbox for the family
games for hubby and kidz streaming netflix for me dvd player
have any of you xbox players liked it? I just don't know much about it. Plus, knowing that I'll need to save, not JUST for the xbox, but remote, games, router, etc.
is it a worthy purchase? I mean with all extras I'm looking at under $400 investment here.
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