Source: The Edmond SunSomewhere along the way Sony got lost. Since they entered the console world more than a decade ago Sony has absolutely dominated. They have developed powerful systems and lured developers to make exclusive content for them. By making their systems both cheap and easy to develop for, they have ensured total domination in the console world.
Sony has proven with the PlayStation One and Two that graphics ultimately donít matter in the long run. Neither system was the most powerful of its class and yet both were the clear victors. And yet, Sony has apparently thrown away all they have learned with the upcoming release of the PS3. I have no idea if it will work.
There is no question about it ó the PS3 will be the most powerful system ever created. They have been working with IBM for many years developing a chip that is supposed to change the way processors function. The Cell, as it is being dubbed, will fuel the video game industry and computers around the world if everything goes according to plan. However, I think that Sony is making a terrible mistake with this new system.
This is from a newspaper from Oklahoma. He makes a lot of good points. If these type of articles start hitting regular newspapers you can bet it will hurt Sony's user base.
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