The Conflicts of Indecision
Bang! It hits me. I became confused and disoriented. I lost all hope for my all important decision. The battle became even worse in the war for a next generation console. I didn’t know what to spend my hard earned and well appreciated money on. The Xbox 360 or the Nintendo Wii. Both had great arguments but I could only get one. Which one would be crowned worthy for Taylor Ales.
The Xbox 360 is a beautiful machine. Sleek, well designed, advanced in graphics. But did it have what I was looking for. Pros: Internet gaming, high-definition, it was available. Cons: Expensive, not a lot of good games, hardware issues (broke down). To expel some of the cons. I had the money to buy the 400$ version. There were enough games to satisfy me. Last I could buy a warranty.
But how does the Nintendo Wii fare against Microsoft’s giant. The Nintendo Wii was going to start a new revolution of gaming. With its motion sensitivity. Pros: inexpensive, tons of games, and motion sensitivity. Cons: Wasn’t released yet, no online game play, and the threat of injury. To eject the cons, I could wait for it to be released, online was coming, and I could be very careful.
There was one thing that drove me toward one side. It was online capability. I am talking of course about the Xbox 360. This is the it factor that caught my attention. To ellaborate it already had a generation of online. So it was experienced in the art. I could also talk to my friends during games. This is unavailable on the Wii.So in a matter of 13 days I had convinced my parents to let me buy one. Researched it thoroughly. Overall got the job done. For me the war ended on Friday, October the 13th. I had my Xbox 360 up and running. It was officially granted leader of the pack.