Great article; I have one comment: For those dinosaurs in the market that may enjoy gaming but don't require 1080 hd, 7.1 surround sound, motion controllers, infinite controller options with 27 buttons in their hands, alternative systems and games are available. One example comes to mind: an unpolished gem for the NES called "Goal", published by Jeleco, which consumed at least one third of my childhood from 1988 to 1990. I relentlessly played match after match after match of USSR vs. Italy in my buddy's basement on the 8-bit system, with an 8-direction pad and two button controller. Complexity is not a necessity when it comes to my gaming needs. (Also, PS3 is the best...buy a PS3).