No, go play Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter and try again.Originally Posted by Soulquarian
And aside from MGS4, all huge PS3 games are about as "confirmed" as Halo 3.
Nintendo had an incredibly poor relationship with third parties, setting all kind of rules and expecting anyone to want to still make a game with them just because they were Nintendo. That's what bit them in the butt.Nintendo dropped the ball by not being consistant with videogame outputs. The PS1 was releasing over 10 games a month. The N64 was more like 10 every 3. Then they ignored the largest demographic (all the people that grew up on Nintendo) by making games that appealed to kids...
Third-parties are doing business with Sony, but they may be wishing they weren't.
Pure baloney considering the price of the optical drive. Also, that magazine wasn't printed with the knowledge about the hard drive that was given to the press a few days ago.Originally Posted by FrumiousBoojum
All that tech and the optical drive were expensive enough already, then throw an HD on top of it.
Standalone Blu-Ray players will start at $700. If you haven't noticed, however, DVD players are now much cheaper than PS2s, so as history will have shown us, standalones will reach the price of the "everyday Joe" before PS3 will.All reports are showing that the PS3 will be the cheapest Blue-Ray player on the market.
Blu-Ray (and HD-DVD too while we're at it) is not even really likely to take off as a movie format until some time well after it's on shelves. Customers need an HDTV to see the difference from DVD, which will hinder Blu-Ray sales until those price drops at least, anyway. VHS to DVD, you could see the difference even on a crummy set. Here, no.