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Interact With Your Home Entertainment Options – Know What You’re (not) Getting

Crystal Braswell's Avatar + Posted by Crystal Braswell on Dec 16, 2010 // Sr. Corporate Communications Specialist

At PlayStation we know, as do most of you, that the PS3 ‘Only Does Everything’ and with the addition of the PlayStation Move we’ve added precision motion gaming to what is already the most powerful gaming console available. Our content offerings (Netflix, Hulu Plus, live sports via MLB.tv and NHL apps, as well as original programming like The Tester) – combine to make the PS3 an all around great Internet-connected home entertainment system.

With so many game consoles and entertainment boxes available on the market today, deciding on what’s right for you given your preference of features – be that motion gaming and 3D capabilities, or watching Blu-ray movies – is no simple task.

We hope the interactive graphic below will provide some clarity around the features and functionality currently available on some of the entertainment devices out there today. We know which one we’d choose…

//Add Your Own

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+ EVanHelsing on December 20th, 2010 at 1:35 pm said:

I like how I’m a “loser” and “crying”.

Apparently I’m “crying” because I found a better device for watching MKV files – one that can decode the files without needing a PC to help it out.

Perhaps I’m a “loser” because I play independent games instead of being a sheep and playing whichever corporate product is deemed most “h4rdc0re” by 12-year-olds. Or perhaps I’m a “loser” because I can afford to own multiple game consoles and care more about the games than which mega-corporation’s console I’m supporting.

I was a hardcore Playstation fanboy during the PS2′s early years. Then I learned to chill out and just enjoy playing games – no matter who makes the game, what console it plays on, or how popular it is amongst people that I care little about. I suggest a lot of people on this blog do the same.


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+ erl-man on January 4th, 2011 at 7:58 am said:

It does everything except retain features like Other OS and PS2 backwards compatibility. I’d like them back, thanks.


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