As a guy who currently owns a PS4, I still own my Xbox 360 and still occasionally play it just because I still enjoy playing games (that I couldn't play on the PS4) such as Assassin's Creed Ezio Trilogy, Skyrim, Halo Reach and Fallout 3 and New Vegas.
The PS4 may have the PS Now so you will be able to play PS1, PS2 and PS3 games through stream but even then, they don't have many games from the PS3(as of right now) that I care for and plus you can't even permanently keep any of the stream games on your PSN account on PS4 since there's no unlimited option for a single game (not the whole entire PS Now library since that would sound very expensive as hell).
- I do. I still play my Xbox 360/PS3 since there are little to no backwards compatibility for the Xbox One and PS4(aside from PS Now).Vote A
- I don't. I don't care for the previous generation console and games anymore.Vote B
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Are you kidding? I still own an Atari 2600, Turbografx16 and SNES. Can't find my Sega Genesis, but it could still be around. My first new console was N64 but I didn't like it. I gave it away to poor kids. I collect vintage systems. My last acquisition is a Sega Master System. I have dabbled in newer games since the PS2, and they look like the same gameplay as the N64, just "better" graphics that still look fake as hell. I will get more interested in console games when the controls evolve. Things like Oculus Rift and the steam controller look interesting, but time will tell.0