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Why is it that we always have to go for something better and bigger We are never content with what we have It seems like just yesterday that the 2GB iPod was released Everyone was happy Then came the 5GB iPod We were happy But alas The 10GB model was released and now comes the 20GB One might feel overwhelmed with the mass of products and improvements coming out One just gets comfortable with their current model and POOF Out comes version 2 or 3 Did you know that a new computer model is obsolete as soon as its put on the shelf With the gaming industry just barely keeping up with the cravings of its consumers it too must keep a forward flow But is this really the best possible answer Well yes and no Yes in the sense that not much can stop progress from progressing And who doesnt want to see if Microsoft or Sony will win the Console Wars No in the sense that one is probably content with what they have Is their really much else one NEEDS from a gaming system that the Xbox or PS2 or even the GameCube cannot provide now This writer knows that the companies are most assuredly producing the GeNext consoles as this is being written But one does not have much improvement to look for What can the Xbox or PS2 do next Store video clips Hook up to your computer legally Better graphics or online play Pretty much all the GameCube should improve on is the lack of DVD playability and online play As a matter of fact Nintendo is suffering its first fiscal loses since the late 70s early 80s It is like they are taking two steps forward and three steps back In conclusion this writer believes that not much including a grade 11 student will stop their quest for money and valour in this ever
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