I have two questions for wolfofwar
Unless Sony does the same, which currently they arent, theres no held market. They are just a third party console that is more expensive then
How can you possibly have a third party console? Because (and correct me if i'm wrong) the company that would be making said console is in fact the
company that makes the console. It's not like some small company went up to sony and said "hey guys, can we make a console for you, and then put
your name on it, and name it after your other consoles?"
Thats true, but like I said, its all but been officially announced. You'll just wait and see.
But its not like it matters, MGS hasnt been a solid game since, well, MGS. Each ones had some severe faults, from over complicated stories (MGS2) to
completely pointless stories (MGS3) the last one to truly get it right was MGS1.
If it doesn't matter, then why have you guys been arguing about it for two pages?
I don't think that any of this whole argument matters. It's not like the opinion of a handful of people on this thread are going to cause one
console to win over the other, people have been arguing about the same things for a year now, nobody is going to change their mind based on an
All of us in here know what we want, and nothing anybody can say or do will change our minds, so why can't we just leave it at that and get on
with our lives?
The 360 has a bigger selection of games currently.
The PS3 has more potential power, whether it's utilized or not is up to sony, they have to teach people how to utilize it.
Sony "stole" the idea
for motion sensing technology from nintendo, not the actual technology. Like one company has never used another
company's idea before, seriously.
If you plan on watching High definition DVDs then you are going to pay the same price no matter which console you get ($200 HD-DVD add on for 360)
Currently both systems have a few games that look about the same, that's really not saying much for microsoft, because there system has been out for
a year, and no PS3 developers have not had the same amount of time as 360 developers, because if i'm not mistaken the PS3 final dev kit units
weren't received until after the 360 was out for at least a few months.
Yes, Gears of War is a freakin awesome game. Yes microsoft has a good online service, but of course it's going to be good, you have to pay for it. If
you want something to be "good" you have to pay for it, if you want it to be free, it probably won't be as good; well at least right from the start
it won't, i can't speak for the future.
Oh no, some people that made final fantasy games are working on an Xbox game, wow, maybe they just wanted to make money. What if, just maybe, their
career is based on them developing games, so they developed a game, to make more money.
What else is there? I know i've missed something.
Oh yeah, how surprising that a console would have difficulties at launch! Wait a year, and then if the PS3 is still having problems (the same ones, or
as many) then you can go on and on about how crappy their service is. That's usually how long it takes for things to really get rolling good, so then
we'll have a better idea.
And yes, the PS3 is a lot shinier than the 360, and roughly the same size, even though the PS3 has a convex exterior, and the 360 has a concave
exterior. The PS3 doesn't have an external power supply (which is good) and it doesn't have any type of component or HDMI cables in the box (which
is understandable, because if you have a 1080P HDMI tv, surely you can easily afford the cables, and they would be expensive and a waste to ship to
people that can't use them. but it is still bad
The PS3 controllers are really, really light, and the motion sensing isn't as crappy as some people would claim (i've played on demo systems, which
have had their share of problems, and haven't had any problems with the motion sensing. I played both NBA 2k7 and MotorStorm and a good two weeks
later i played it again, and still no problems. Yes, some people may have problems, but that doesn't make the entire stock of controllers crappy,
i'd like to see any one of us make something on that large of a scale with that technology and not screw up a few times, even if it is a few
thousand.) Yes, the 360's controllers fit well in your hands, and they rumble.
The PS3 has a 3-in-1 flash reader (on the premium version, but if you don't get the premium version of either system, that's a waste of money imo),
and the 360 doesn't. The 360 has xbox live arcade, and that thing where you can download tv shows. The PS3 has the playstation store or whatever
I think i got it all, but i could've very well missed something. It's all a matter of opinion, and obviously none of ours are changing, so why do we
continue to argue about who's system is better? Better is an opinion that varies from individual to individual, let's leave it at that
what's better for you isn't always better for me.
And then, to top it all off, we get on to this fanboy name calling bs. Obviously we are all fans of the system we support, or we wouldn't support it.
I see one person call someone a "fanboy" and go do exactly
what that "fanboy" did, but for the other system. This is seriously getting out
of hand, and we are all getting nowhere with it.
Some like the Wii, some the PS3, and some the 360, but you know what?
They all end with the sound eeee, so we are all the same in that aspect, we all love consoles that end in the eee sound. There, finally something
we can all agree on. (even if you love the PC, yet another eee sound.)