I've got a 3DS, so I'll be keeping that as there's lots I want to get and play.
No way I'll get a Wii U after getting, and ditching, a Wii twice this gen.
No PC gaming for me as I don't want a PC in my living room as the TV stand is too cluttered already, and I'm not gaming at my desk (after working at a desk all day) on a monitor instead of my 55" TV. A Steambox could be a possibility though if one ever comes out.
So, for now, it's between Xbox One and PS4 for me, or opting to skip the generation. I'm in wait and see mode there.
The 360 has been my most played console by far this generation, I love Gears and Halo, my friends and family game on Xbox and not PS3 etc. I also was intrigued by the TV stuff they showed--but I'm very skeptical it will work anywhere near that fast and seamlessly in switching modes, changing channels etc., and that it will end up locked into certain providers. I also don't like all the DRM rumors, used game fees etc. So definitely need more info there.
PS3 I've had for a year and a half. It's a solid system. I don't dig the exclusives as much as MS's, and don't care for the side by side sticks on that controller (which are similarly placed on the PS4 controller). But I could end up leaning that way if MS does have all the DRM, used game fees etc. and Sony doesn't. So again, in wait and see mode.
If both have all the fees and other BS I'll likely just stick with the 3DS, 360 and PS3 as I have plenty of highly reviewed games I've missed this generation to keep me busy for a while.
Edited by dmaul1114, 18 March 2014 - 01:55 PM.