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PlayStation Network gets HD films from six major studios

By Matthew
Mar 9, 2010
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  1. DryIce

    DryIce TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Well, I guess they were right about the PS3 winning the current generation console war.
  2. Relic

    Relic TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,392   +16

    This is great news for the PS3 and its users, it'll definitely help solidify the fact that its more a home entertainment system then just gaming but declaring it a winner once again is premature as some of you are doing. But this will definitely help it's longevity of ~10 years similar to its predecessors.

    So sad that broadband deployment here in the US can't say the same thing across all states :( . Some people are lucky to have 1-2mb connections in rural areas.
  3. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 TS Rookie Posts: 60

    bought my 360 when it was 199 and ps3 was 399 :-( then i bought hard drive (99). really kicking myself in the *ss now!!
  4. Docnoq

    Docnoq TS Rookie Posts: 141

    Lol, I was in the same boat as you except I went the opposite direction. When I bought my PS3 for $399, I considered getting the 360 for $299 because the Arcade model didn't come with a hard drive.. then I thought about getting a 12 month subscription to XBL for $40-50, making the difference only $50. Factor in the lack of Blu ray and no Wifi and my choice was made for me :)
  5. Yoda8232

    Yoda8232 TS Rookie Posts: 145

    This one of the reasons why the PS3 is the best console, period.
  6. levar

    levar TS Rookie Posts: 232

    Not a bad move on Sony's side they're a lot of standalone devices especially walmart it got me thinking about Walmart's Vudu that already sells a considerable amount of DVDs & Blu-rays there are some features PSN is in some way better than XBL but for how long? As far as it being an All around media center the PS3 got it for sure!
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