Sunday, September 6, 2009

PS3 Games Console Ability

The word wars between Sony and Microsoft just won't die down. With Microsoft's ragging about the PS3 games console's price, surely, people don't expect the Sony CEO, to turn the other cheek. It's pathetic to see two guys in power suits and power ties bicker like two kids in a playground. Sounds like they're fighting about who could spit the farthest. But since they has been hounding publicity, well, we might as well give shy a chance to defend PS3 games. No doubt that the statement made even hard-core Sony fans hesitant about buying a PS3.

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After all, $600 is big money. It is a choice between two next-gen consoles and more gaming options or one PS3. Sony has to act; and the usually finally broke silence. In a recent press conference in Tokyo, Sony Corp's released a statement justifying the new Sony console's price. They claimed that the in buying a PS3 games console, the consumers are actually buying ability.

According to him, though the PS3 console is admittedly pricier than Microsoft's Xbox 360 or Nintendo's Wii, it provides users Blu-ray technology, touted to be the technology of the future. Further, if the new Sony console's performance reaches its full ability, users would benefit from higher technology and longer years of use. Microsoft also implied in his statement that Xbox 360s and the Wii's are cheaper because they are merely "transitional" consoles with inferior technology when compared to the futuristic PS3. However, market analysts and yours truly, seriously doubt this claim by them.

Times are hard, and people are sure to think about whether the PS3 games console deserves its price tag. This can look bad quickly for Sony because reviews show that PS3's Blu-ray-supported graphics are only equal to that of the cheaper consoles. If there are differences, these are highly indistinct, unless you want to spend game time analyzing the graphic pixels. Even the controller is deemed inferior to that of the PS1 from seven years ago.

In fact, the Wii sports a much better controller. Also, ability-based argument is stretched too thin and poorly supported. What if the new PS3 didn't reach its full ability? Then, there is the case of disappointed consumers whining over their loss. What about the long years of use? I doubt that five years would pass before the gaming giants come up with a new console prototype. Meantime, do you know what I'm excited to hear about? Peter Moore's response to Sony's "ability". Surely, Xbox can come up with something stronger than an argument based on "ability". PS3 games enthusiasts need more fuel for their cause. Find PS3 Newest Version with 120GB.


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