That is sad. Maybe I'm just not as graphic focused for a game like PVZ. Game play is way more important to me than a pretty game. I would have been happy with a 360 version that maybe didn't look as nice but had more features, I guess I'm the oddball int that sense.
I agree with you here. There has been too much hype about graphics lately with the new consoles releasing. I prefer content, but at the same time, with every new console comes better graphics, whether or not we want them. This gives players a better gaming experience for every new console.
The big thing is, you shouldn't expect a new game that is designed for next gen consoles to have all the features for older systems. That kind of expectation is what upsets so many players like yourself who either couldn't afford or chose not to buy the new console.
It's like trying to run a new program for Windows 7 on a Windows 98. Just not enough... everything. It brings everyone to the point where they have to ask themselves, "Should I upgrade?" Even if you don't have problems with the console you are on now, consider the games you want to play in the future.
Save up! The Xbox One is worth it. My husband and I saved our money for a good long while. From when it was announced to when it was released, we set aside money for it (so that's what, 6 months?).
How come the 360 used to be able to run split screen, but not anymore? Shouldnt they just keep the same frostbite engine, along with they're original xbox 360 split screen?