Summary: Definitely a solid system with a solid library of exclusive titles. I definitely gave this 5 stars because it is a very solid machine and one of the best selling points is, the online gameplay is free. It isn't quite as reliable as XBOX Live (in my opinion), but it is still a very viable option.
Summary: In my opinion it is a pretty good system some great exclusives online play is also nice not having to pay for it plustation plus is just that a plus great discounts and free games but my only big thing about it is the download time update time and the install time like i understand you have to...
Summary: I got my ps3 bout a year ago, and it works fine. But sometimes it frezzes up on you after a while. And one time it broke on me. The warranty sucks. So for yall hardcore gamers that if you just get outta work, and just chill and play the game all day. Beware because it might freeze up.
Summary: The ps3 slim and the xbox 360 slim are both great console and they both got big problems like the ps3 YLOD and the Xbox 360 RROD but for the xbox 360 slim its called the red dot of death now and the ps3 slim also has the ylod also but the point is the xbox 360 and the ps3 are Great in there own ways...
Summary: Infamous 2 is a wonderful game. I had a really hard time putting it down. If you're on the fence on weather or not to buy this... BUY IT!
Pros: The system is very quick and powerful. games look wonderful, good game selection. Newegg rocks!
Cons: The system is usually quiet but sometimes when there is really intense loading going on, the Blu ray drive gets annoyingly loud. You also can't charge the controller while the system is off, which is a bit of a bummer.
Summary: This system is a very good, reliable system. It has the newest software, blu-ray player and everything a PS3 has come famous for. The thing is that for the same price you can get two pretty famous games in the Little big planet 2 & Ratched & Clank all four one package.
Summary: - I used to warn the PS3 community and it's developers back in 2008 of the unsecured way the PS3 handles user information. Any person in the family can just "Login" to your account, if you have the password saved, and purchase anything they like at any amount.
Pros: - The cheapest Blue Ray player so far that I've seen. - 320GB for less than $400.00. Back in the "days" (like 3 years ago) the 160GB, 4-USB slot PS3 costs $800.00. That was a significant drop. - Excellent GPU, and quality of graphics. - Syncs well with the UPnP Network Attached Storage. - Compact...
Cons: - It's quite secure now (asks password when purchasing) than what it was a few years ago, but probably still has holes in it. - The MOVE controller looks like women's "fun-time" toy. - It cannot read certain USB drives, but it always read smaller thumbdrives with 4-8 GB.
Summary: I used to have an Xbox 360 that I somewhat enjoyed before I purchased a PS3. My main purchasing decision was the free access to the PlayStation Network. Essentially a PS3 is similar to an Xbox 360 so I will describe what's different.