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Obviously this is a subjective opinion question about the future of Bluray & HDDVD, but I feel like I have a decision to make:
Since HDDVD/Bluray combo players are now dropping in price and will eventually be quite affordable, and since I really don't play that many Xbox 360 games any longer:
Is now a good time to sell-off my Xbox 360, HDDVD addon player, and small collection (6) HDDVDs and pick up a dual format combo player?
Originally I was thinking of making the switch from a 360 to a PS3, since it seemed that Bluray was clearly winning and I wanted to cut my losses with the 360. Is that still a good idea?
Most of my gaming is on a PC (World of Warcraft), and while 360 games intrigue me and are great when the "boys" are over, I just don't have the time to play them any longer as I'm getting older with more responsibilties, and all my "extra" time is dedicated to playing WOW.
So is this a good time to ditch all my 360 stuff, save my cash for a bit, and pick up a 2nd generation combo player down the road?