In a recent Tokyo Game Show interview with Sony worldwide studios head Phil Harrison, he denied that the PS3's Blu-ray movie capabilities are handicapping the console's cost effectiveness
Ive said it before and ill say it again this guys talks the biggest load of rubbish,barbie kens got his hand up his [email protected]@ pulling his strings.IGNORE this nub....
there is no way a blue ray player costs 350$ for sony, this redicolous. many ppl argue, that sony sell blue ray for movies, to sell more movies, but i think this is bs, because with what make they more money with ps + games or with movies ??? i bet with ps+games, so i am sure they will care about games more than about movies.
Blu-Ray players retail for $1000! A $350 cost for Sony sounds right on.
Yeah yeah whatever,wtf you on of course blue rays for movies are you stupit or just blinded by your utter fanboy mentality,why the hell do you think sony are incorperating the blue ray into ps3,TO TRY and gett blue ray in to as many homes as it can,its a TROGEN HORSE now you can beleive any old [email protected] sony tells you,but like minded people with any ounce of common sense will tell you diffrently MAN it doesnt take a genius to work it out,take a step back and look at the bigger picture,if the ps3 was just a gaming machine they would of put a dvd drive into the machine and launched the console on time,they have been shouting its a games console first and foremost,but they had to have beta ray knowing it wasnt ready,they fooled you and the rest of thier fanbase and you still dont get it,ur a lost cause
Richie, Richie, Richie. If you're so against "Trojan Horses" then I guess you're against Sony-built DVD players that are common throughout the states. In fact, you shouldn't even be playing DVDs because they were injected into the market via the PS2. For what you say, your bubble should be rubbed off.
Standalone Blu-ray players cost $1000, compared to $40 progressive scan DVD players at Walmart, so I believe the $350 cost estimate.
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