Neelesh Mukherjee points out 10 simple reasons and it certainly looks like he just woke up.
A must-read article that tell you what "journalists" in third world country think of PS3 and their 'art' of comparision. enjoy! q:
"The PS2 was 10 times slower than the Xbox" ??
Yes turtle it was way slower than the xbox processor. But the point of the article on that issue was a complement not an insult. PS2 did do very well despite xbox. Now flip that and ps3 is crap, xbox 360 is the toilet, 360 gamers plus sony PR are the hands doing the flushing and sony gamers are the toilet paper cleaning up the mess. PWnED!
he he he.. just submitted this to let you know what 'journalists' in the third country think of PS3. or how idiotic they are! a fun read.
Oooow now theres 10 reasons i`ve not heard before ... jesus ,is this guy late to the party or what . There aint nothing wrong with the PS3 in any respect just like there aint nothing wrong with the 360 .
Seriously its becoming a SPAM site. There is hardly any REAL news.. Heading back to QJ and PSU atleast they stick to gaming stories
AGAIN!!!! All I see nowadays is "10 reasons why PS3 is inferior to the competition" articles. If this doesn't sway the average Joe's opinion (along with similar stories on CNN for God's sake) I don't know what will.
what the hell was that? Is that journalist 12? Man, what a load of rediculous garbage
the ps3 is way better than the 360.
the 360 is good the ps3 is great.
end of discussion.
If you had both you would know.
That those last 3 posts are from the same person.
I dont understand... You have to be blind not to see that Sony is feeding everybody a plate of sh!t covered in vanilla ice cream with a cherry on top. Maybe a year or two from now it'll be worth buying, but man you have to agree that right now, it's def not worth $600... Especially with washed out graphics... Come on people!!! Open your damn eyes.
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