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    Quote Originally Posted by davin_g View Post
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    in Business, the first thing you're taught is this "with high risk, comes high returns" Sony screwed up with the cell because IBM also did the 360 chip, essentially Microsoft peaked over to see what sony were up to.

    really though, that's all i wanted to say.....you need to risk if you wish high returns.
    Sony were unlucky at every corner, hence the loss of market share. as i said in my previous post; their market is played out much like a chess game.
    Microsoft have made the best decisions. albeit with a bit of luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
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    in Business, the first thing you're taught is this "with high risk, comes high returns" Sony screwed up with the cell because IBM also did the 360 chip, essentially Microsoft peaked over to see what sony were up to.

    really though, that's all i wanted to say.....you need to risk if you wish high returns.
    Sony were unlucky at every corner, hence the loss of market share. as i said in my previous post; their market is played out much like a chess game.
    Microsoft have made the best decisions. albeit with a bit of luck.
    There weren't unlucky, if anything they were sheltered.
    They didn't watch the advances companies like Nvidia and ATi were doing.
    All of sudden they were in a position where their new fan dangled chip was not going even come close to what the massively parallel chips were being able to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
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    in Business, the first thing you're taught is this "with high risk, comes high returns" Sony screwed up with the cell because IBM also did the 360 chip, essentially Microsoft peaked over to see what sony were up to.

    really though, that's all i wanted to say.....you need to risk if you wish high returns.
    Sony were unlucky at every corner, hence the loss of market share. as i said in my previous post; their market is played out much like a chess game.
    Microsoft have made the best decisions. albeit with a bit of luck.
    It didn't seem like they took a high risk because they stuck with the same philosophy of design as the PS2 and tried to capture the same market.

    Conventional hardcore games with added bluray, same controller and play style we all know and love, and a powerful console - they gave us everything we expected from a next gen sony console at launch.

    If anything Nintendo took the biggest risk with motion control and casual gaming, this was an unknown market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mynd View Post
    There weren't unlucky, if anything they were sheltered.
    They didn't watch the advances companies like Nvidia and ATi were doing.
    All of sudden they were in a position where their new fan dangled chip was not going even come close to what the massively parallel chips were being able to do.
    arrogance on sony's part? of course. its hard to see the proper development path when you're dominating the market. Nintendo find themselves in a similar position right now.
    if i recall correctly, IBM helped with the CPU of the 360, and Epic damn near forced microsoft on the GPU. this wasn't part of the original plan. by lucks chance, microsoft were aided at the start....Sony made matters worse by releasing an extreamly expensive unit.
    Like i said, mismanagement on Sony's part.

    Quote Originally Posted by Super_Lilith View Post
    It didn't seem like they took a high risk because they stuck with the same philosophy of design as the PS2 and tried to capture the same market.

    Conventional hardcore games with added bluray, same controller and play style we all know and love, and a powerful console - they gave us everything we expected from a next gen sony console at launch.

    If anything Nintendo took the biggest risk with motion control and casual gaming, this was an unknown market.
    Kudos for 1 upping Nintendo, people often overlook them.

    i've excluded Nintendo as they've beasted both companies

    Sony try to differentiate themselves from the PC market. and for good reason. any multiplat game i pick up is usually for the PC. why? PC > Console. by differentiating themselves from the PC market Sony try to kurb this as an option for developers...$#@! move i know, but they make money off software sales.
    Microsoft just have a mini PC. which is illegitimately disappointing

    "innovation through limitation" a console is never better than a PC. yet they still manage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
    Microsoft just have a mini PC. which is illegitimately disappointing

    "innovation through limitation" a console is never better than a PC. yet they still manage.
    Did it ever cross your mind that this might be what many consumers and developers wanted? This might the reason it's as popular as it is.

    The one thing I am beginning to realize about this forum is that a lot of people project their wants and needs on the population as a whole, even when it flies directly on the face of what's going on in the marketplace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
    arrogance on sony's part? of course. its hard to see the proper development path when you're dominating the market. Nintendo find themselves in a similar position right now.
    if i recall correctly, IBM helped with the CPU of the 360, and Epic damn near forced microsoft on the GPU. this wasn't part of the original plan. by lucks chance, microsoft were aided at the start....Sony made matters worse by releasing an extreamly expensive unit.
    Like i said, mismanagement on Sony's part.


    Kudos for 1 upping Nintendo, people often overlook them.

    i've excluded Nintendo as they've beasted both companies

    Sony try to differentiate themselves from the PC market. and for good reason. any multiplat game i pick up is usually for the PC. why? PC > Console. by differentiating themselves from the PC market Sony try to kurb this as an option for developers...$#@! move i know, but they make money off software sales.
    Microsoft just have a mini PC. which is illegitimately disappointing

    "innovation through limitation" a console is never better than a PC. yet they still manage.
    Epic pushed the memory to 512mb, but MS was always going to have a graphics chip that was direct x based. After all X-box is short for Direct-X Box.
    But yeah, if you look at the gains made from say 1995 (no 3d card), to 2001 (Direct X 8 based shader programmers), I'm not sure it was something Sony could have for seen in 2000 ish when cell development started. I do think they should have pulled out of the path around 2003 though. Perhaps they were to far into it to see the woods for the trees by then.

    Microsoft did some very console like things with the 360, it was very innovative in using edram etc to alleviate the shared memory buss etc.
    Basically they took PC architecture and said...how can we make this better and cheaper, given we know you'll never be pulling the graphics card out of this thing and upgrading.
    Conversely Sony did the opposite and simply patch their system to throw a standard GPU in to the system as an add on.

    Ironically the best system would have been The Cell+Xenos.
    That system would in all likely hood still be keeping pace with PC's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Man Gamer View Post
    Did it ever cross your mind that this might be what many consumers and developers wanted? This might the reason it's as popular as it is.
    dude, why u only quote very end?

    what do consumers want? what does the developer want?
    i'd like to know how you know what the consumers want? if sales are anything to go by...we all want wii's
    consumers don't care as long as the product is of good quality.
    Developers on the other hand are a bit more iffy but like i say, Sony want the sales of software. differentiating themselves is all they can do in that respect. otherwise PC's become more attractive during the end game.

    Quote Originally Posted by mynd View Post
    Epic pushed the memory to 512mb, but MS was always going to have a graphics chip that was direct x based. After all X-box is short for Direct-X Box.
    But yeah, if you look at the gains made from say 1995 (no 3d card), to 2001 (Direct X 8 based shader programmers), I'm not sure it was something Sony could have for seen in 2000 ish when cell development started. I do think they should have pulled out of the path around 2003 though. Perhaps they were to far into it to see the woods for the trees by then.

    Microsoft did some very console like things with the 360, it was very innovative in using edram etc to alleviate the shared memory buss etc.
    Basically they took PC architecture and said...how can we make this better and cheaper, given we know you'll never be pulling the graphics card out of this thing and upgrading.
    Conversely Sony did the opposite and simply patch their system to throw a standard GPU in to the system as an add on.

    Ironically the best system would have been The Cell+Xenos.
    That system would in all likely hood still be keeping pace with PC's.
    indeed, i love consoles for this reason, innovation. steps that take consoles that little bit further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
    dude, why u only quote very end?

    what do consumers want? what does the developer want?
    i'd like to know how you know what the consumers want? if sales are anything to go by...we all want wii's
    consumers don't care as long as the product is of good quality.
    Developers on the other hand are a bit more iffy but like i say, Sony want the sales of software. differentiating themselves is all they can do in that respect. otherwise PC's become more attractive during the end game.


    indeed, i love consoles for this reason, innovation. steps that take consoles that little bit further.
    As a consumer and having friends that are consumers I have an idea what we want. The fact that devs talk about how easy it is to develop for the 360 demonstrates what they want.

    I'm not talking about consoles sales but software sales. I know everyone likes to say sales don't matter, but in the real world, they do.

    If a dev makes a game they want it to sell. Look at the differentiation between what was made for the 360/PS3 and the Wii. Why is this when the Wii is selling so well! I think we all know the answer to that question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Man Gamer View Post
    As a consumer and having friends that are consumers I have an idea what we want. The fact that devs talk about how easy it is to develop for the 360 demonstrates what they want.

    I'm not talking about consoles sales but software sales. I know everyone likes to say sales don't matter, but in the real world, they do.

    If a dev makes a game they want it to sell. Look at the differentiation between what was made for the 360/PS3 and the Wii. Why is this when the Wii is selling so well! I think we all know the answer to that question.
    and im a tree in the jungle or something?
    im a consumer as well. even the big wigs who make decisions for companies are consumers. we are all consumers.

    those second and third points are exactly what we've been discussing. it may not have been stated, but it is already understood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fijiandoce View Post
    and im a tree in the jungle or something?
    im a consumer as well. even the big wigs who make decisions for companies are consumers. we are all consumers.

    those second and third points are exactly what we've been discussing. it may not have been stated, but it is already understood.
    You asked how I know what consumers want and I answered your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mynd View Post
    Epic pushed the memory to 512mb, but MS was always going to have a graphics chip that was direct x based. After all X-box is short for Direct-X Box.
    But yeah, if you look at the gains made from say 1995 (no 3d card), to 2001 (Direct X 8 based shader programmers), I'm not sure it was something Sony could have for seen in 2000 ish when cell development started. I do think they should have pulled out of the path around 2003 though. Perhaps they were to far into it to see the woods for the trees by then.

    Microsoft did some very console like things with the 360, it was very innovative in using edram etc to alleviate the shared memory buss etc.
    Basically they took PC architecture and said...how can we make this better and cheaper, given we know you'll never be pulling the graphics card out of this thing and upgrading.
    Conversely Sony did the opposite and simply patch their system to throw a standard GPU in to the system as an add on.

    Ironically the best system would have been The Cell+Xenos.
    That system would in all likely hood still be keeping pace with PC's.
    I don't think it would have.

    Looking back the cell was way overrated with people throwing around numbers about their floppies and floaties all over the place.

    The consoles came out just when PC graphics cards switched to stream processing units from pipelines, they are not dissimilar to the 7 that the cell has, except modern graphics cards has hundreds of them. a modern graphics card is just an absolute monster that could gobble current gen consoles for breakfast.

    At the risk of turning this in to an E-$#@! war on who knows more about their floppies and "i've programmed for epic for 10 years and compiled E-$#@! code for 34 years professionally", i'll end with: it's all ifs and buts on this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super_Lilith View Post
    I don't think it would have.

    Looking back the cell was way overrated with people throwing around numbers about their floppies and floaties all over the place.

    The consoles came out just when PC graphics cards switched to stream processing units from pipelines, they are not dissimilar to the 7 that the cell has, except modern graphics cards has hundreds of them. a modern graphics card is just an absolute monster that could gobble current gen consoles for breakfast.

    At the risk of turning this in to an E-$#@! war on who knows more about their floppies and "i've programmed for epic for 10 years and compiled E-$#@! code for 34 years professionally", i'll end with: it's all ifs and buts on this situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Man Gamer View Post
    Did it ever cross your mind that this might be what many consumers and developers wanted? This might the reason it's as popular as it is. The one thing I am beginning to realize about this forum is that a lot of people project their wants and needs on the population as a whole, even when it flies directly on the face of what's going on in the marketplace.
    You noticed that too? Good observation. A7MAD and I used to laugh about that.

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    I'm not saying Sony going bold hurts us gamers and isn't what business is about but just adding BR was pretty big....I mean a console capable of HD movies on top of gaming and the content it allowed for was a huge risk. The Cell venture....was basically subsidizing IBM's research and development IMO without really helping your own console. Of course looking back its easy to see where they went wrong. A $600 console on the onset of a global depression was just unlucky. Just earlier in the year people are throwing similar money at iphones and gps' and all sorts of goodies. That collapse really killed the PS3's momentum before it even launched.

    Again looking back and how the Cell has worked out I just think it was an investment that really didn't pay off for Sony. Unless it leads to something great for the PS4 (which no indication it will) it failed in a huge way. I remember Sony saying these chips would be in every electronic appliance including your toaster...changing the way everything works....well obviously things didn't turn out that way. Who knows though....just adding some bigger ram could have fixed everything at launch for developers and we could have been praising them but I doubt it.

    Seeing the mistakes of the past...the financial situation they are in now...I just think they go somewhat safe with the hardware inside. It will allow developers to work more closely with them and allow them to focus on features and their software to differentiate between Microsoft. IDK...perhaps if this gen goes bad...Sony could be making the next XBOX for Microsoft and their studios making games for both Microsoft, Apple, and Nintendo. I hope not...but you never know...they have to do what is best for their shareholders and the survival of their business. You can only take losses for soo long before you have to change....change they are making now...but restructuring to limit losses is one thing...but if they can't stop the bleeding...perhaps changing business models completely could be another.

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    The price wasn't the problem... the amount of stock was. That's why I was able to sell three PS3's via ebay for over $1200.00 each! If $600 was a problem, I wouldn't have tripled my money.




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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R View Post
    The price wasn't the problem... the amount of stock was. That's why I was able to sell three PS3's via ebay for over $1200.00 each! If $600 was a problem, I wouldn't have tripled my money.
    Not on launch day sure....I was one of only 3 as well....the other two people said they were selling it on ebay like yourself...but after the holiday....when stock was fine....price did affect purchases come on...Sony has been widely criticized for their price. Sure it wasn't much of a deteriant for gamers like ourselves but the vast public....the arcade 360 had a huge price advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R View Post
    The price wasn't the problem... the amount of stock was. That's why I was able to sell three PS3's via ebay for over $1200.00 each! If $600 was a problem, I wouldn't have tripled my money.
    I'm sure it was for a time but back when Jack Tretton said he would give $500 to anybody that could find a PS3 on the shelves I saw plenty at my local Best Buy. Now on launch week there was a stock problem because people were getting into fist fights over units running out. But when Tretton made that statement the stock seemed to be getting replenished at least at the big retailers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davin_g View Post
    Not on launch day sure....I was one of only 3 as well....the other two people said they were selling it on ebay like yourself...but after the holiday....when stock was fine....price did affect purchases come on...Sony has been widely criticized for their price. Sure it wasn't much of a deteriant for gamers like ourselves but the vast public....the arcade 360 had a huge price advantage.
    I agree. Its been widely acknowledged that Sony launched PS3 at a price outside of the average consumers comfort zone. I read an article from a journalist who was at E3 when Sony announced the price and he said you could here some of the audience actually gasp. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by radgamer420 View Post
    I agree. Its been widely acknowledged that Sony launched PS3 at a price outside of the average consumers comfort zone. I read an article from a journalist who was at E3 when Sony announced the price and he said you could here some of the audience actually gasp. lol
    That wouldve been priceless to experince lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeviousOne View Post
    That wouldve been priceless to experince lol
    I agree. I also remember crazy Ken addressing the price complaints by comparing it to a nice dinner and then went on to say PS3 was too cheap. lol And then there was his comment about how people will get a second job so they could buy one. lol He also said it will be expensive and cant be offered for a price targeted at households. http://gamingtrend.com/forums/consol...10-years/?wap2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super_Lilith View Post
    I don't think it would have.

    Looking back the cell was way overrated with people throwing around numbers about their floppies and floaties all over the place.

    The consoles came out just when PC graphics cards switched to stream processing units from pipelines, they are not dissimilar to the 7 that the cell has, except modern graphics cards has hundreds of them. a modern graphics card is just an absolute monster that could gobble current gen consoles for breakfast.

    At the risk of turning this in to an E-$#@! war on who knows more about their floppies and "i've programmed for epic for 10 years and compiled E-$#@! code for 34 years professionally", i'll end with: it's all ifs and buts on this situation.
    You'd be surprised I think, a lot of DX 11 features could be implemented on the SPU's.
    You could basically have SPU doing the vertex work and the Xenos to almost Pixel shade.
    You'd effectively doubling (a little under) the speed.
    I dont think people fully understand how much work those SPU's do just to keep pace with the Xenos and make up for the weakness of the RSX.
    Because the Xenos was Unified shader, and the RSX isn't, the RSX is very much crippled with a vertex shader that doesn't actually do a whole hell of lot. Conversely, the 360 CPU expects the GPU to do all of the vertex work and the shader work. With the Xenos, because you could float that power between the 2, you could push it all (there is a minimum of course you must have on the vertex shader) on the pixel shader.

    As you say all if's an but's, but i think that combination certainly would have been the best.
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    I've been on these forums for a long time now and the one thing I've learnt is that if Kaz loses his wallet at restaurant its guaranteed a article saying Sony is doomed will be posted the next day linking to a site that also report the latest movie from columbia pictures just racked in 10X what Sony just lost, and we get the usual suspects foaming at the mouth because Sony just spent a $#@! load of money and in comparison reported a small lost, but it's the end the world...........this is a none thread
    My post is due to the fact its still alive, whereas it got joked about & put simply down to a launch a new console which isn't exactly flying off the shelves.
    So I gonna respond in the most logical way to this news and say.........oh well and thats continue earning me trophies in MGS4
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    I cant speak for anybody else but despite everything we talked about I still say Sony will be fine. Next year comes TLOU,GOW Acension, and Beyond so obviously theyre still able to create new first party IPs as well as the ones we already know. Plus the deal Sony made with Ubisoft for time exclusive DLC for FC3 and 60 minutes exclusive gameplay for the PS3 version of AC. Vita is the only Sony platform that I'm having my doubts about. But that can always come around too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by radgamer420 View Post
    I cant speak for anybody else but despite everything we talked about I still say Sony will be fine. Next year comes TLOU,GOW Acension, and Beyond so obviously theyre still able to create new first party IPs as well as the ones we already know. Plus the deal Sony made with Ubisoft for time exclusive DLC for FC3 and 60 minutes exclusive gameplay for the PS3 version of AC. Vita is the only Sony platform that I'm having my doubts about.
    Indeed, the Vita needs to be addressed and I'm sure Sony will address it.
    Next year could be a totally different picture then what we have now, and whens this Vita event suppose to happen?

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    Indeed, the Vita needs to be addressed and I'm sure Sony will address it. Next year could be a totally different picture then what we have now, and whens this Vita event suppose to happen?
    Good question. I heard that it was supposed to happen sometime but never got an exact date.

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