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Comment by paradoxsm, on 9-Oct-2007 20:06
And this after they already "forgot" the chip in the PAL release, Whoops!
The Wii is unique in GAMEPLAY, something long forgotten. For the rest of it, spnd the cash on buying a REAL computer!
If anyone remebers the PS2's biggest claim to fame was "it played DVD movies" which pushed sales along pretty much, they seem to be trying exactly the same ploy with the PS3.
I proudly paid $20 for my PS2 (removed cookie crumbs from the DVD spindle and it worked perfectly)
I proudly paid NOTHING for my Xbox (chipped and a huge HDD placed in with the cash I saved!)
Comment by goodwin, on 9-Jul-2008 20:57
ps3 is doing well at this moment NOW! the question is are they going to do better on their repair service I mean 4 weeks where the hell is my ps3 ahhhhhhhhh
Comment by Razzar, on 17-Aug-2008 17:23
I just wanted to say real quick. i have an 80 GB ps3 and it has full backwards compatibility, everything from like FFIV to Devil May Cry, all my old games work, every last one of them. And i have about 3 "memory cards" set up on my ps3 one is for my PSX games and 2 are for my PS2 games. thought i'd just share that. thanks
Comment by Pauliedewd, on 1-Jan-2009 11:17
WELL, I bought an 8O gig, thinking I could play regular PS and PS2 games on it, and it has no backwards capability whatsoever.
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