I haven't seen many people that have had the "Rings of Death" only one person that I know has them.
PS3 isn't bad and the does get boring after awhile with no new games.
Mabye after Christmas when i get new games I will get back into it.But for now X box is my choice.
Everyone I know who owns a Wii is regretting their purchase and find that most games they have bought lack replay value. Wii Sports, Mario Kart Wii, and SSBB are the only games that are played (and they are all Nintendo titles, not third parties). If Wii doesn't get big hits like COD4 or Halo 3, I don't see a wider market than young kids and old adults.
PS3 would go second just because its raw hardware potential is great, and the price isn't bad considering the hardware you're getting (Sony is selling it at a loss). I just have beef against the load times for BD games, but that's all
Well, if PC were on the list, I'd choose that simply because PC eats all consoles in games. But I'd choose the Xbox 360 simply because it has more games out there than the PS3. The PS3 has potential though, there's just hardly any games out there for it right now.
Out of the three, Xbox ftw. The Wii's too family oriented, so you could imagine how many single guys would have one The Ps3 does have a lot of raw power, and the Xbox is best for shooters like Cod4 and Halo. Also, there is apparently meant to be a Call of Duty being released for Wii, but it's going to epic fail.
However, if PC was on the list, I'd vote for it. It owns the others with it's potential for a 3Ghz processor and larger-than-the-Xbox's-120gb hard drives, plus you can upgrade nearly every component of it. You can get devices for it to emulate the actions of other consoles, like gaming controllers and steering wheels. Although a motion sensor hasn't been released into the mainstream yet as far as I know.