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argues that even with a successor to the Wii on the horizon, the arms race of the console, we have seen in recent decades is changing dramatically, based on the material background in software and peripherals. "Even the basic criterion for the improvement of the console has become a bit difficult to read what used to seem reliable idea that every five years, the PC up consoles -. A platform which sees all the progress a few weeks -. and remain competitive for some time before the next-generation PC accelerated away ... However, the upgrade cycle seems to have decreased considerably - with games that makes the peak demand for systems to be few and far between, and core gamers more likely. continue to play happily with two, three or even four years computers than they were in the past ... If there is an obstacle to progress, this is definitely a slowdown -. and probably one that is well received in most quarters consumers like the improvements in graphics quality, but most would probably prefer to see a significant increase in the development budget is spent elsewhere - more detailed content, more narrative, more progress in areas that have been neglected in the first race to put more polygons and effects on each screen. "


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