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I'm curious about what percentage is still unsold on it.

No PS3 - Unconvinced
- 3 (15%)
No PS3 - but want one
- 4 (20%)
I Have a PS3
- 13 (65%)

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jwClark96

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Re: Who still doesn't have a PS3?
« Reply #30 on: March 24, 2010, 03:10:02 PM »

I loved the PS controller during the PS1 & PS2 era but after playing 360 for so long with no PS interaction I have to give the edge to 360.
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Re: Who still doesn't have a PS3?
« Reply #31 on: April 02, 2010, 03:04:23 PM »

Mine gets used plenty for Blu-Ray, not so much for games these days.  I did pick up GOW3 I just haven't found the time to play it yet.  I will though.  Maybe a bit over spring break next week during Cordy's naps.  :)
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Re: Who still doesn't have a PS3?
« Reply #32 on: November 29, 2011, 02:05:15 PM »

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According to Eurogamer, a future firmware update for the PS3 will allow it to stream any and all of its games to the screen of the Vita, with players being able to use the handheld device both as a controller and as a screen.

Older games will only be able to display images at the PSPís original 480x272 resolution, but this will be upscaled to fit the bigger screen of the Vita.

New games will have a special feature built in to display their action at the Vitaís native 480p (640x480) resolution, so it wonít be any reduction in quality.

I'm very interested to see how this develops. To be able to play console games on a portable device would be the answer to many of my needs. It won't satisfy my desire to play online shooters, but if I could take the time now spent on "watching" shows like Top Chef and Gossip Girl with my wife and instead play Final Fantasy XIII-2, Skyrim, and Mass Effect 3... wow would that make me happy.

So I hope that before long I change my answer to the original question to a "not me!"
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