Of late so much anti-Sony hate has been swirling the web that it almost seems like a suddenly-unveiled fad. Ken, Phil and Kaz quotes are the verbatim by which media pundits nosh the hate, with little (if any) regards to any obvious falsehoods or misinterpretation. Rumors and speculations have become the caveat against Sony, the sermon preached to the narrow-minded congregation who in the past simply embraced good gaming irrespectful of corporate VIP's, practices and policies. Seemingly, it is these pundits and false-rumor-mongers who have clandestinely declared Sony's reign as monotonous-in, and almost abrasive-to an industry that thrives on change, despite the legions of fans who enjoy their Playstation products on a daily basis.
Well, through naught but sheer impartiallity and objectivity, and as a recent purchaser of an XBox 360 myself (and loving every bit of GRAW), I seek to level this tumultuous playing field. I seek to bring balance to the field where which the fans have seemingly forgotten the true fruits of the game, and have instead embraced the indulgence of biasness and bickering. Herein, GameDaily gives us its reasons why Halo 3, the sequal to one of the most (perhaps unduly) laudaded franchises ever, just might...(pause)...fail. After all, if Sony's reign (the seminal driving arm of the industry for the past decade) can be brought into question, then it is completely within the realm of plausibility that Halo 3 might not be as good as hype cracks it up to be.