View Full Version : Reasons why PS3 is losing the war
1. The grill stupid desing
2. The banana controller
3. No good games.....yet
4. The x360 is cheaper and way better
5. Sony makes cheap stuffs
6. The online service thing suck....its lagging like a mutha*******
7. Everybody should buy a xbox 360
8. Ken is a retard
9. Developers are moving away
10. BILL GATES ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I wish I could give you another chance. But looking at your post, it's not worth it! Banned! ~Damnit
Damn i see some really good reasons here,reasons than can ban you lol
even though this will be locked in a second I'll have to have some fun anyway.
1.) learn to spell
2.) Actually its the boomarang controller, atleast know the diss
3.) WArhawk, MGS4, DMC4, Unreal 2007, Gradius, Heavenly Sword, to name a few
4.) You don't know the price of the PS3, and you dont give reasons why its better.
5.) Stuffs? You make cheap attempts are wordeszes.
6.) Maybe your connection is lagging like a mutha. Mine works fine.
7.) too bad not even 15% of the base will
8.) Pot calling the kettle black I think
9.) More have moved in then out
The war hasn't even begun. How silly.
After CES there has been no doubt in the minds of many that the Blu-ray format is ready to take the limelight and produce for the next generation of movie watching and game playing. The possibility of offering less expensive BD players through the consumer market is obviously something Sony feels is necessary to do in order to expand their already strong hold on the market even further.
They’ll now hopefully be able to do this as they’ve finally figured out a way to shrink the Blu-ray reader from its current size. Sony has recently developed a BD reader that is a mere 3mm in size. This would make it even small enough to comfortably fit in laptop drives as well, even further expanding the potential behind the disc format. With the shrinking of the reader, it will allow not only for thinner drive bays, but will essentially give Sony the ability to drastically lower prices on their future models.
These small little readers will also have the capability of reading dual-layered BD’s with organic dye in the recording layers. Discs of this type can even be produced from the standard DVD production line, which only adds to the reasoning of cost effectiveness. The ability to put more players into more homes is obviously always a good thing for not only the company at hand but for the formats supporters as well.
http://gizmodo.com/348864/sony-reduces- ... e-and-cost (http://gizmodo.com/348864/sony-reduces-blu+ray-lasers-size-and-cost)