There has been a lot of focus on next-gen gaming consoles lately, especially with rumors suggesting that companies such as Microsoft and Sony could be unveiling the Xbox 720 and the PlayStation 4 respectively next year at E3. While it remains to be seen whether that is the case, Bethesda’s PR and Marketing VP, Peter Hines, believes that there is still a lot of life left in current consoles. He also stated that he believes that the current generation of consoles aren’t holding Bethesda out in releasing games, although we can’t help but feel that perhaps they should have said that after they have managed to sort out the Skyrim: Dawnguard DLC for PlayStation 3 owners, who still do not have the DLC for their consoles even after Hearthfire, the second DLC for Skyrim, was released. In any case it’s interesting to hear that not all developers are looking to jump aboard the next-gen bandwagon, but what do you gamers think? Do you think the current Xbox/PlayStation consoles still have a lot of life left in them?
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