The Wii U is definitely the way to go. Nintendo may not be able to keep up with Sony and Microsoft when it comes to the hardware for their consoles, but when it comes to creativity, they're on top of their game. A second screen on the controller so you can continue playing if someone wants to watch TV? That's definitely a first for gaming company like Nintendo. The PS4 is pretty good too, but overpriced compared to the Wii's successor. However, despite this small flaw, Sony will definitely rake in cash, especially with the games they have on their console. I'm positive Sony won't let their fans down. The Xbox One, however, is just a laughingstock. Mandatory online requirements? Spycam Kinect? Fees for used games? AND it's $499 PLUS tax? It's just not worth it. Microsoft has seriously messed up, and if they don't get it together by November, the Spybox One is going to fail miserably, and their fans will just stick with their 360s instead of wasting a fortune on what looks like a cable box. I don't mean to bring hate to the Xbox One, but it's absolutely absurd how Microsoft could simply strip all of what made the 360 a huge success and create what appears to be a downgraded cable box, which despite its intended flashy visual prowess, looks more like a downgrade to the ORIGINAL Xbox.