This review won't give a nod to future prognostications; it's a reflection of what PS3 owners have cumulatively experienced over the past three months, since the console's launch in early November, and through multiple firmware upgrades.
C grade?... well... the article defends itself.
When some AAA games come along - MGS, FFXIII, and there is a price drop. When all that happens, you'll see me in a line purchasing one.
that it will EVENTUALLY make it to A status, but how long do we have to wait for it to get to what we were shown like 2 years ago? very *well done article tho. *edit
There haven't been any lines for the PS3 since the first week of launch. Why would there be a line at any point in the future?
He makes the point I make, and thats simply waiting for a good selection of games, for the video game system. I mean blu-ray is nice and all but I want video games, if I wanted a HD-DVD or blu-ray player I would buy one. DVD is great quality to me, and no point dropping that kind of cash for a couple years until one or neither wins. As for the breaking facts are I'm on my 3rd Ps2 each of which were out of warentee, so I had to buy new units, and on my 2nd 360 which was covered. So, failures I can understand on systems it happens both ways.
Too much crap not, enough games and according to sony there will be no price drop in 2 years (2009) so keep waiting.Focus on GAMES SONY!! otherwise it will be another psp,umd.
I disagree with the article. You get a lot for $600. With any new console you have to wait on games. I did with my 360. I had to pay $50 for XBL so let's call it $450. If I got an HDdrvie we would call it $650. The systems are comparable but the PS3 is a better bargain. It is unfair to compare the 360 and PS3 at this juncture because of the headstart the 360 has. The PS3 always gets compared with the 360 when it came out over a year ago. Compare it to the Wii not the 360.
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