Life is filled with uncertainty but there remain various bits and bobs you can count on: death, taxes, and the fact that I'll pass out if I don't get something to eat soon.
Another certainty on which you can hang your hat is the introduction of new consoles from Sony and Microsoft in the near future. Nintendo is the first out of the gate with its dumbly named Wii U and is eager to convince the world that like motion control before it, a touch screen is a vital component of modern controllers.
Do you think Sony and Microsoft will agree? When they finally get around to announcing their PS3 and 360 successors, will the controllers feature touch screens? Maybe you're thinking, "Why would they bother? Sony could use the Vita as a touch screen controller and Microsoft has that SmartGlass thing?" Whatever your thoughts, no matter how impure, vote in the poll and then litter the comments section of this very article with your predictions.
"But Andrew!" I hear you say. "I'm allergic to comment sections but I nonetheless feel compelled to share my opinion. What can I do?"
Take heart, dear reader for you can also send us email at SuperPACPodcast@gmail.com.
"But Andrew!" you continue. "Where can I see the results of the poll?"
Another fine question, dear reader. The poll results will be revealed on the next episode of Super Podcast Action Committee. Look for it early next week.
"But Andrew!" you conclude. "Didn't you say you'd pass out if you didn't get something to eat soon? This article's been going on for quite a while."
"Andrew, do you copy? Andrew! ANDREEEW!!"
-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen