#1
I've got an elderly PS2, but it keeps konking out on me.

Getting a next-gen console seems to be the best way of playing the newest games at the best quality, but is it worth the high price, and will it work on my crappy telly?

Help?
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#4
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#7
It'll work on a normal tv, but it is kinda pointless to play HD games on an old tv. Better get an xbox 360, and play on a pc screen!
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#9
Only worth it if you have a HD tv.

But it is an amazing games console
and also the cheapest blu-ray player on the market. i think...
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