Do you spend much money on video games every year /v/?
Dunno, but I am trying to keep tabs of my personal expenses this year.
Need to get a better job, minimum wage a shit.
Nah, I pirate all the games I want to play and buy the ones that are actually good. So that's like maybe 4 games a year that I buy.
Games I can't pirate I usually do extensive research about and try out friends copy if I'm lucky, before buying.
3 out of 4 games I bought last year were
Psn does a sale every week, I buy almost exclusively from there, i buy full release games around winter break.
I live in a third world country so games can cost up to 90-95$, the way I get around this is making a U.S. psn account and buy psn cards from Amazon using a U.S. address, they send the code through an email and then I can just paste it on the redeem code bar.
There is no better option.
>Implying i spend an actual currency on this generation of trash-teir videogames.
Yes, it's basically a worse version of a god-tier N64 game.
I'm glad you wasted $42 on it. I'm sad that you won't learn from your mistake.
Instead of voting I'll tell you straight up: wait on the Wii U, but definitely consider the Vita for the meanwhile. All current-gen consoles are lacking games and the Wii U is no exception, so you want to wait until it has a decent library before getting one.
Might want to upgrade your pc instead of getting a handheld if it's old enough.