GamingLives' Editor-in-Chief tells of how, after years of dedicated Xbox gaming, he has shifted over to the PlayStation camp... but still doesn't understand fanboyism.
"When friends spoke of their love for the PlayStation 3, it fell upon deaf ears. To get a rise out of them, we’d often refer to our own PS3 as a “bread bin” or a “dust bunny” and even joked about opening it up and turning it into a toasted sandwich maker, which I believe someone eventually did, if memory serves. It wasn’t that we didn’t like the PS3 although, to be honest, I had to use one at E3 a few times and really didn’t like the feel of the controller – it was too light and… smooth. Far too smooth. But it was never hatred. I’ve never hated the thought of playing on any particular console… until now."