Why, is it, for the past 2 generations of Video Game consoles, have THREE, THREE competing companies seen fantastic profits, and success all with their own exclusives. It's virtually the same situation as Blu-Ray vs, HD. All video game consoles have different specs, exculsives, and some shared titles. The Gamecube, Xbox, and PS2 were all wildly popular. This time, the Wii, 360, and PS3 are still very successful in their own rights. But as far as anybody is concerned HD-DVD or Blu-Ray has to win. I wish not to discuss the merits of either HD-DVD or Blu-Ray, but why or why not they can't both succeed. Why is it a problem to home video, but NOT video games? When the video game market is almost much more violently exclusive in some rights. Prices of Video game conoles are just as expensive as Blu-Ray/HD-DVD players. Some answers I know, but basically, why does one of the formats have to die at all?