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When I bought a PS2 the backward compatibility (and DVD player) were big selling points for me. There were only two or three PS2 games that I really wanted at the time, but I didn't have a 32 bit console so I was excited to play a lot of the games I had missed out on. I think during the first year or two I owned my PS2 I played more PS1 games than PS2 games.
A year or so after PS3 came out my PS2 stopped reading discs. I didn't want any PS3 games yet but the system was backwards compatible and the new model coming out was losing compatibly, so I bought one to replace my PS2. The bluray player feature also helped push me towards the PS3 instead of the cheaper and available slim PS2 model.
My Gamecube has never failed on me and the Wii doesn't support the Gameboy Player accessory. Ultimately, between too few games I was willing to buy and a still-functioning Gamecube I didn't feel the need to purchase a Wii.
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