Now, now, i'm going to have to disagree with you there. Granted, Halo 3 and MGS3 aren't exactly Zelda titles, but they're still pretty damn interesting. Hell, the former was the entire reason for my purchasing a 360.
Umm.... a) Neither are out and b) come on, they've not exactly shown anything new
and exciting, have they? Halo 3 is a straight up shooter, and MGS3...well, I don't give a monkeys about whatsoever.
Fair enough if you like them. I'm just saying, nothing on the 360 or (especially, as it's not even out...) PS3 interests me, personally, enough to buy it at the moment. About the closest thing was Dead Rising, but even then it's not really enough to wet my tongue. Whereas the Wii, which I'll admit to being rather the embarassing fanboy about justnow, does look very interesting to me because it's new.
It's like, um, playing Mario Hoops on the DS (FYI; a basketball game using stylus to control shots - like you tap down to bounce the ball when dribbling, stroke up to shoot, down to steal, etc) - far more interesting than regular basketball, which is a sport I normally couldn't give a damn about. Unfortunately, Mario Hoops is also infuriatingly aggravating as you're playing against ninja athletes, the camera angles are pretty dodgy, there are some stupid design decisions (like no auto-switching to the player closest to the ball) and it's incredibly finicky to play for a left hander, but the principle is sound
Er...where was I? Oh, yeah. Anyways, I'd play the likes of Pro Evo with a normal controller. And probably racing games or maybe GTA. But FPS, other types of sports games like baseball, bore the hell out of me with a normal joypad (and I seem to be the only person in the world who finds both the PS2-soon-to-be-rumble-free-on-PS3 and 360 joypads utterly ****, and moreso the latter), so I'm not interested in these 'flagship titles' like Halo 3, etc, whereas something like Red Steel does interest me
Which is probably going wholly off-topic when really all I wanted to do is slag off Sony PR pish and Deepblues' amusingly rabid fanboyism (being ramped up in advance for a heavy christmas campaign?) in response to something we'd all probably have never seen and certainly never took seriously. I digress