You again,Magaman2 ? Aren`t you tired? Why can`t you let us enjoy our games and not care for Bluray? How many bought a ps2 to play dvd`s ? How many will buy a 360 to play dvd`s ? Not many,trust me.
Now,did you know Bluray is slow? Like so slow,developers duplicate game data and put it in enpty parts of the disc so that the laser doesn`t have to travel that much. That or just make you install data onto the ps3 hdd...like GB of data. When did a 360 game needed an install ? Why is that? Yeah,I know...Sony tricked you by the "blueray has more space and they can fit more stuff in it and make the game better" statement and I`m ok with that.
Remember that hd-dvd had a fantastic speed and 15 gb on a single layer was both great AND very cost effective,dvd factories could very easly adapt the dvd manufacture process to hd-dvd and costs were low,same goes for the good hd-dvd`s that were made compared to the bad ones...about 75-80% of the total hd-dvd made were good and ready to ship,compared to the bluray succes rate,so keep that in mind.
I`m sure your final argument will be image quality...I have listen to people in the industry who said that they can`t spot the dofference between bluray and hd-dvd even if we all know in our brain that bluray is better than hd-dvd. Why? Repeat that over and over and that info will be stuck in your brain. It`s called marketing. And blueray lost when a big studio went blueray exclusive after supporting both formats (they took the money from the people behind Bluray,it`s very easy) and from that everything went downhill for hd-dvd.
And don`t call me anything,I`m not interested in any format and I barely watch dvd`s. Remember that if the 360 whould have had bluray/hd-dvd we whould complain about the price and the sales of the 360 whould have been bad. Remember that without the cheap 360 on the market everyone whould have still payed a large sum of money for a ps3.
Remember...marketing rulez. It always had.