Ten years later, I still haven't moved onto the next generation. At first, it was a bit of a money thing. I'll be honest: when you're thinking about your kids, making sure that your insurance is paid, and a $500 system and you just started a job at its release date? If you're out there getting the Xbox One or PS4, I'd look at you funny. But, eventually, I started looking back at the games on 360. Between 2008 and 2011, there were some that I'd missed because I bricked, like, three 360s with the RROD and I went with the Sony product which--ironically enough--YLODed in 2011.
Now, not all of the exclusive games were good. Hell, most just made me shake my head. But, it's still something a bit more natural about playing CoD on a 360. When I finally make the jump (I'm going back to Sony, but still love all games), I'm assured it's different. But, for now, just let me enjoy my Fallout 3 replay with my WWE 2K14 create-a-wrestlers and my Madden NFL 25 career mode where I've already broken most of Brett Favre's records. I'll be with the current-gen soon enough.
My GamerTag is JDotSpeed, if you must know. Damn UMD rap names.