The PlayStation 3 may be capable of 1080p, but there are no games that support it right now. The company also clarifies the importance of HDMI for its self-styled full HD.
every other good or bad news after the shocking news about a delay for Europe doesn't matter anymore. it's over...
dammit sony, get your act in gear!
Oh no there is no 1080P. The world has come to an end. Jesus people 1080P and 1080i, i swear there is no difference.
I can't have enough of this? What the heck is wrong with Sony? I think they have a huge list of bad news; and they feel it is best for them to release one at a time.
Also, didn't microsoft mention a while back that the PS3 will not be releasing any game at that resolution, at least for a long time if ever? It's almost like microsoft is telling them what to say...
And I don't want to say I've said it all along... But mark my words: there will be no 1080p games.
And if there are, very, very few. Like Tetris 1080p 24 FPS in 4096 colours. The hardware just isn't capable enough of doing so Sony just uses it as a marketing trick. In the end it's just 720p
All you Sony fanboys raving about 1080p and how it's a zillion times better than 1080i can now open your mouths and stick your foot in because like numerous people have stated, 1080p games aren't feasible.
Sony will still charge you the same, thats why its good to have choice.
The only choice sony gives you is "To Buy or not to Buy"
Why are they charging a 1080p price but not giving you 1080p???
sony spoke to soon ...........again
i think sony lied intentionally about these 'capabilies'coming out first time out of the box. they knew full well that they aren't enuf tv's that can handle 1080p and won't be for long time (at least 4 yrs for the average person)
they only annouced this to sabotage or distract ppl from buying xbox 360 b/c they so the potatial of 360
and fools fell for it
I was promised dual 1080P. WTF am i supposed to do with my two HDMI Sony TVs now!?!
And the last bad news will be.. " PS3 recall"
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