dolphinius_rex wrote: vinnie97 wrote:
oh like a crippled piece of Linux hardware? :p
Or a "gaming system" with hardly any credited to its name?
With the way the hardware is priced out of the market, the competition is trumping it left and right. <80K sold in June anyone?
Why so bitter?
The console has everything I'm looking for in it already. Final Fantasy games. Yes, I will buy the PS3 *JUST* for Final Fantasy games. The Blu-Ray player, and the folding@home, and other games, are all gravy for me.
But don't let the PS3's poor sales get you down. I'm sure they'll improve once a few of the PS3s system selling titles are released, along with a price drop.
Sorry, you could say I have a hard-on when it cums to Sony hate.
Their # of bunk products (overheating head units, exploding batteries, cloud-ridden LCDTVs that they pretend don't exist, etc.) over the last decade is one of the reasons for my disdain.
And $600 + $60 *just* for Final Fantasy? You're the type that Sony dreams about.
Me, I have a history with a slew of other, less known RPGs (Grandia, Magic Knight Rayearth, Lunar, Shining Series, Skies of Arcadia) and I don't get so dogmatically attached to a single, IMO, overrated series. That won't be due til 2008 anyway and the only system sellers coming for the PS3 anytime soon (this year) are MSG4 (a stretch at this point, as each successive release has been shown to sell more poorly than the former...and this may slip to 2008) and possibly Littlebigplanet (but this is more appealing to casuals and let's face it, $600 is not a casual price).
I hope Sony burns for thinking they could pass off a $600 console and win this generation basically. They basically couldn't be more haughty about the entire venture. There could be no sweeter personal victory for me if they end up dead last this gen after the dastardly tricks they played on Sega (thus hammering the final nails on their hardware division).
To hell with Sony.