10 Things That Sony And Microsoft Need To Fix

While Sony and MS have been doing amazing things for next gen gaming, lets be honest: there are some things that just need to be taken care of. The following is a list of 5 things from each company that needs to be changed.

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blackboyunltd3735d ago

wow this is actually a good list, i guess it wasnt written by a fanboy

joydestroy3735d ago

yup, good list. great points.

MiloGarret3735d ago

Yeah I agree with everything except Home (cus I don't care about it), backward compatibility (cus I don't use it) and more mmo's (cus, barf).
On a sidenote, I also don't think psn needs to change a lot, I rather like it the way it is now, but then again I don't really interact with others while multiplaying besides getting pwnd so I can't say. The most important point is the final one, stop caring about casual gamers!

marinelife93735d ago

I actually like PSN the way it is now. I can access everything quickly and in a myriad of ways.

I wish the movie download section had preview trailers for every movie instead of just a few.

Cajun Chicken3735d ago this point in the gen, read them see what I mean.
Do any of you seriously see most of the MS tips actually happen?
The guy's basically asking for the console to be a NEW machine! Don't believe me? Read it!

Whilst Sony's is actually very achievable in half a year in my opinion, if they continue at this respectable recent pace.

Ex The God3735d ago

Well I realize the DVD and a few of them are demanding but that's why I added this is next console generation if you'd actually read and not just skim through them.

Cajun Chicken3735d ago (Edited 3735d ago )

Its just most of those points are far more possible for Sony and the PS3 at the foreseeable moment and gen.
Most those features can be added in slowly in firmware, really good ideas too.
Skype would be brilliant.

Rice3735d ago

Wow, this is like a first, a non bias articlee...woo hoo!!!

MiloGarret3735d ago

Yes, this site needs more articles like this one. Constructive criticism FTW!

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