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Poll: Are You a Multi-Consoler? | PS3Blog.net

This poll is another simple one, but I’ve been curious about this now for quite some time. Are you a multi-console type of person? Or do you tend to stick with one brand? And I mean within a console generation. I have a Sega Genesis and a PS2, but that doesn’t count for this poll. (Actually, I don’t even know where my Genesis is right now. I lent it to someone and it never came back…)

Personally, I can’t afford to buy and maintain and handily store two systems. I’m just glad that the PS2 had all the games I really liked. (Well, almost all. I wish it had PGR2.)

As always, vote in the PS3Blog.net sidebar!

Previous poll results:

Now that both PS3’s have HDMI, which do you want?

* 60GB Media PS3: 75% (196)
* 20GB Gamer PS3: 25% (67)

Total Votes : 263

  • Hiro

    Of course i am, i have a Xbox 360, a Wii is pre-ordered and may geta PS3 when the price drops, not that its not good value etc. i just dont have that kind of money at the moment. If you get every console of the generation then you win, its just expensive.

  • In an ideal world I’d have all three as well. But I just don’t have that kind of cash or space. 🙁 My wife almost bought be an Xbox 360 at one point (with some unforseen money that came in), in which case I’d have had two this generation. I don’t know where I would have put them!

  • Hmm it’s not really that simple.

    I only owned a PSone during it’s lifetime then I mainly owned a PS2 until the GameCube dropped down in price (I bought it for around £40 I think).

    I got it mainly to play the Resi games, Pikmin, Super Mario Sunshine etc which are exclusives to the ‘Cube.

    I will only buy a PS3 as I can’t afford multiple consoles and the games for each one on top of that. I really can’t see me buying another console after my PS3 purchase during it’s lifespan even if the Wii & 360 drop massively in price.

  • one per, since the playstation, not including handhelds. so far i’ve only had one handheld console per generation, too (nintendo all the way), but i am considering getting a PSP, too. i just wish it were a bit smaller (i’d definitely get a “PSP lite” if one existed).

  • matt

    I have been a multi-console gamer since SNES/Genesis era. Back then Nintendo and Sega had so many great games it was hard to skip either console. I had to buy them both myself back then (I have been working since I was 12).

    The PSone was a great system and my main system of choice. If I would have missed Goldeneye 007, Perfect Dark, Zelda Ocarina of Time, etc, I would have missed some of my favorite games of all-time.

    Bought the PS2 shortly after launch and got the Xbox 2 years later. I favored the Xbox because of the great FPS games it had. The PS2 got a lot of use, but not as much as my Xbox. Skipped the GameCube because the few games I wanted to play I was able to at a friends house.

    This Generation I own the 360 (love it), will get the Wii this year, and next year after a drop in price I will get the PS3. Each system has atleast 10 games that are must own titles for me.

    It costs a lot to have all of the systems but I think it is worth it. Each console has something great to offer, this generation even more than ever before. This is a great time to be a gamer.

  • I have Sega Genesis, PS1, PS2, PSP, and PS3 in 29 days 🙂