Five reasons to stick with Xbox 360 -- and five reasons to ditch it for a PS3

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Reasons To Keep The Xbox 360 #4: Project Natal


Project Natal might seem like an odd choice for this list, but we remain optimistically excited nonetheless. At E3 ‘09, Microsoft’s motion sensing peripheral easily blew Sony and Nintendo’s efforts out of the water. The lack of a controller of any kind – coupled with intriguing A.I routines – has left us suitably pumped to get our hands on the gadget. There’s also the promise of modern ‘re-imaginings’ of classic Rare titles to get excited about: Natal Jetpac anyone?

It might turn out to be a gimmicky Wii-wannabe, but it could also be the future of gaming. If you ditch your Xbox 360 now, you could be missing out on a revolution.

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