mkreku Posted March 21, 2006 Share Posted March 21, 2006 What I'm saying is that don't expect something that is ten times better than xbox live becuase Sony dosen't really have any experience with a online console service. And another thing is how much are they willing to put in it when they're not making any money from it. I don't expect something that's ten times better than Xbox Live. I am expecting an equivalent to Xbox Live, but with free online play. Sony will be making money out of their online service. They'll just not charge the players, they'll charge the publishers instead, for using the centralized servers for the online components in their games. At least that's how I understood it. We will see if they manage to pull it off. I haven't decided if I'm going for a Playstation 3 or a Revolution so far. I won't get an Xbox 360 because I've already seen it, tried it and played it, and it just didn't impress me. It felt like Xbox 1.5 and not a next-gen machine. What speaks in favour of the Playstation 3 is the fact that I review Playstation 2 games and I have a huge back catalogue of Playstation/Playstation 2 games (never bothered to count them) that I want to be able to play on my new machine too. The Revolution is still a mystery to me, but at least they seem to have their priorities straight and that's enough to get my attention. More fun, not just more pixels on screen! I hope we'll know more after E3 in May. Swedes, go to: Spel2, for the latest game reviews in swedish! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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