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Has Sony Delivered On Its PS3 Promises?

It is evident that this Generation is coming to an end and no doubt that developers now have ideas that are larger than life and would most likely require a new console to realize all that.

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Balt 2487d ago (Edited 2487d ago )

I don't think so. I don't think any system this gen has, though. The games we're playing are still fundamentally the same games we've always played. Sequels to past franchises. The new experiences have been few and far between this gen which is sad.

The Fight: lights out, even more so now with the awesome update and store DLC, is the best, most innovative experience one can have on a console -- Yet no one is buying it. Go figure. But the developers have systematically listened to every one of my many complaints, and there were tons in their inbox, and put them all to work. It's like they were listening to just me when they released the update and DLC. It is now the game I wanted it to be at launch.

Edito2487d ago

What do call exactly new experiences??? Have u ever played a game in 3D in the PS2 era??? Have u played a game in HD in the Xbox era??? have u played with more than 30 gamers online in the past gen??? i think u should look at all points when u say

"I don't think any system this gen has, though. The games we're playing are still fundamentally the same games we've always played. Sequels to past franchises. The new experiences have been few and far between this gen which is sad."

Even the sequels doesn't bring the same experiences to table...

kramun2486d ago (Edited 2486d ago )

'Have u ever played a game in 3D in the PS2 era???'

Yes.

'Have u played a game in HD in the Xbox era???'

Yes.

'have u played with more than 30 gamers online in the past gen???'

Yes.

What do I win?

*claps hands*

Death2486d ago

The original Xbox was an HD console. I'm not sure why so many people don't know that. 30 people online at once? That has been going on for quite sometime, it really depends on the game. The PS3 does nothing that affects how many people can play a game. That is 100% up to the developers.

1080p games at 60fps and longer games in high definition were promised and neither became a reality. Most games are 720p just like we seen last gen on the original Xbox and games exclusive to the PS3 still get dinged for being so short. Neither Cell nor Blu-ray have been a factor this gen so far.

The most innovative titles we have seen are probably on the Wii which is why Sony and Microsoft have been trying to emulate it with Move and Kinect. Hardware power rarely brings innovation, it usually is used to make things look nicer.

-Death

Dante1122487d ago (Edited 2487d ago )

It has for me. All the games I could ever want in HD. Not gonna hate either, the 360 gave me some great games as well. Wonder what the next gen will be like?

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pedrami912487d ago (Edited 2487d ago )

"and no doubt that developers now have ideas that are larger than life and would most likely require a new console to realize all that."

Not really as devs have said it's too early to be thinking about next gen consoles.

*Sigh*
Another opinion piece, put as an Article.

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