Most of you are uninterested in a camera watching your gaming area in the next generation of video game consoles. I'm certainly hesitant about it. We give these devices so much access into our lives already. They record, track, and "know" so much about us. Do we really want them to be able to see us on a regular basis? There are already privacy concerns over the Microsoft Xbox One's controversial Kinect requirement in the wake of the PRISM scandal, and thankfully Sony has decided to let its new PlayStation 4 camera remain an optional accessory. The Nintendo Wii U's camera is probably the least invasive since it's built into the GamePad and doesn't watch the entire room. I'll resist the cameras for as long as I can, but even if I'm forced to adapt, I can see myself being paranoid for a while.
Moving on, Nintendo has finally released the classic EarthBound to the Wii U Virtual Console. Fans are replaying the game, while newcomers have the chance to see what all the fuss is about. Where do you fall? Are you playing the game with fresh eyes? Is this your annual run through the game? Or are you not interested at all? Let's hear your thoughts.