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Did Sony do more harm than good at the PS experience?

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If anything I think sony didn't make it exclusive enough and rare enough. If I were sony, I would have made the chassis of the console from anodized aluminium instead of plastic, then box will include, the camera, the sand, two controllers and a gold wireless PSheadset and lastly, i lifetime voucher code for PS+. So basically, as long as you have the PS account that you redeemed the code on, you have a lifetime access to PS+, even when the PS5 comes out.

Then price it all for $2000 and make only four thousand of them.



hated_individual said:
Ka-pi96 said:
hated_individual said:
I love how these people are trash talking his friend and giving excuses about the crash...

Sony knew and they have resources...

This isn't Sony's fault. Websites regularly go down when there is a high demand limited quantity item released.


Lol... streaming psx was more intensive lmao

Because video streaming servers and e-commerce servers and database servers are exactly the same.

Also streaming a video and accessing a database are the same thing.



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vivster said:
hated_individual said:
Ka-pi96 said:
hated_individual said:
I love how these people are trash talking his friend and giving excuses about the crash...

Sony knew and they have resources...

This isn't Sony's fault. Websites regularly go down when there is a high demand limited quantity item released.


Lol... streaming psx was more intensive lmao

Because video streaming servers and e-commerce servers and database servers are exactly the same.

Also streaming a video and accessing a database are the same thing.


I see what you did there... So you think less intensive tasks are somehow more to you... lol



hated_individual said:
vivster said:

Because video streaming servers and e-commerce servers and database servers are exactly the same.

Also streaming a video and accessing a database are the same thing.


I see what you did there... So you think less intensive tasks are somehow more to you... lol

Maybe I think so because that's what I do for a living. I see you have absolutely no knowledge of networking at all if you think bandwidth is the only attribute for service providers that can be a chokepoint.

The sole fact that you believe that e-commerce and content streaming are comparable even though they have completely different resources and technologies behind them gives your lack of knowledge away.



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vivster said:
hated_individual said:
vivster said:

Because video streaming servers and e-commerce servers and database servers are exactly the same.

Also streaming a video and accessing a database are the same thing.


I see what you did there... So you think less intensive tasks are somehow more to you... lol

Maybe I think so because that's what I do for a living. I see you have absolutely no knowledge of networking at all if you think bandwidth is the only attribute for service providers that can be a chokepoint.

The sole fact that you believe that e-commerce and content streaming are comparable even though they have completely different resources and technologies behind them gives your lack of knowledge away.


Nice assumption...



It was a great event overall. My only disappointment is the "announcement" from Square Enix.
Are they really dumb enough to think people wanted a port of the PC version of FF VII ? I honestly can't believe it... It's way too stupid.



Just because you have an opinion doesn't mean you are necessarily right.

No. I thought the event was a great idea. From Gamescom till E3, there aren't really any events from Sony and MS.

And there were only 12,000 of those PS4's so if they had actually announced it was on sale at the conference, you and your friends probably wouldn't have got one anyways. 



    

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MoHasanie said:

No. I thought the event was a great idea. From Gamescom till E3, there aren't really any events from Sony and MS.

And there were only 12,000 of those PS4's so if they had actually announced it was on sale at the conference, you and your friends probably wouldn't have got one anyways. 

umm... what about TGS?



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Ka-pi96 said:
MoHasanie said:

No. I thought the event was a great idea. From Gamescom till E3, there aren't really any events from Sony and MS.

And there were only 12,000 of those PS4's so if they had actually announced it was on sale at the conference, you and your friends probably wouldn't have got one anyways. 

umm... what about TGS?

How could he forget the best event? :o