Jonah Falcon goes completely off on Sony’s misleading – often outright lying – Move comparison ad.
Excerpt: "Sony says “Blu-Ray powered HD with up to 1080p support” while the competition from Microsoft only has “HD with up to 1080p support”.
What is the difference?
The answer is, of course, none. Zero. Zilch. Sony is trying to convince consumers that a pound of rocks is heavier than a pound of feathers. A pound is a pound is a pound. Blu-Ray, in fact, has nothing to do with game resolution. Blu-Ray is just a way of reading more information from a disc than, say, a DVD/9. It has nothing to do with how a system displays graphics. This, dear friends, is a bald-faced lie."