The VOTE allows you, the PSLS community, to cast your vote and determine once and for all which choice is definitively better. This is for all the marbles, and any other voting sort of analogies that you can think of. Feel free to discuss your choice in the comments below, but remember to keep it civil. We’ll have new votes every Wednesday, with results from the prior week posted at that time, so be sure to check back and make your voice heard.
Last week we wanted to know how much you would be willing to pay for PlayStation VR when it releases. Remember, this wasn’t about how much you think they will price it at, but how much you would be willing to fork over for Sony’s virtual reality solution. 2% of you would pay $600 or more. 3% of you were at the $500 to $599 price point. 19% voted for the next tier down at $400 to $499. The vast majority of you ended up at $300 to $399 with a whopping 42%. 23% would pay $200 to $299, and finally, 11% fell at $0 to $199, though my guess is those are the people that wouldn’t pay anything for PlayStation VR.
The Division was first announced in 2013. It made showings at E3 in 2014 and 2015, and is finally slated for release this year. It’s had a lot of coverage, a lot of delays, and a lot of mixed feelings from gamers. With the long development time, has the hype deflated for you, or has it just made you more excited for its eventual release date?
The Division has been in development for a long time. It’s been shown at the last three E3s, and a lot of times, t… in PlayStation LifeStyle’s Hangs on LockerDome
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