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i dont mind using my old machines..but space is a consideration.. a PS3, 360 and Wii.. i dont got room to have a gamecube, a PS2, a Xbox all sitting on my stand too.. and diggin um out is not ahuge deal.. but unhooking and hooking um up is kinda a pain.. small one, but annoying none hte less...
Space is a big consideration for me as well. I have a hard time explaining to my wife why I want space in my office to keep a 27" CRT for playing NES and Genesis games. I don't think I could convince her to let me put every console under the sun in front of the TV in the living room - not that I'd want to anyway because the cabling and shelving would be a complete nightmare.
Software emulation is a good compromise to having the original hardware and I'm happy to support it. My only complaints about the current offerings are Nintendo's poor account system (can't transfer downloads to a new console) and everybody's high prices. It's usually much cheaper to buy used games off ebay than purchase them through the online stores.
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