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Top 25 Reasons to Stick With Sony

August 24, 2009Written by Anthony Severino


20.) Audio

The PS3 via HDMI supports Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio, among many other audio codecs. The PS3 slim now offers these codecs to be bitstreamed to your receiver, rather than being decoded to Linear PCM.  The result is lossless HD audio at its finest.

21.) Installs

Many PS3 owners complain about these mandatory installs. However they should be rejoicing. Perfect example is Resident Evil 5, which was release for both major consoles. Only the PS3 version was forced to install part of the game to the HDD. What you get is a faster loading game in exchange for your HDD space. If you run out of space there is always an…

22.) Upgradable HDD

Sony lets users upgrade their Hard drives on all PS3 consoles. It uses a standard 2.5″ SATA laptop HDD, rather than a similar HDD but with a proprietary connector and special system-recognized firmware, like the other console. This allows users to upgrade their storage space, whenever they feel the need, and for a much lower price per gigabyte than the competition.

23.) Worldwide Recognition

Sony has been the reigning console king for 2 generations. That type of dominance commands respect world-wide. Sony is one of the two major console manufacturers that actually sells well in Japan. Having captivated the Japanese audience, more Japanese developers are apt to bring their titles to the PS3 and PSP.

24.) Variety

On the retail disc-based end of things, you have your choice of most any Third-Party game, with the First-Party titles being the ones that really stick out. On the PSN side of things, we have games like the zen-inducing Flower, the comedic take on classic capture-the-flag gameplay, Fat Princess, and the classic-brick breaking twist of Sidhe’s Shatter.

25.) Bright Future

Unlike other consoles that have nearly maxed out their potential. Sony is just starting to get into its groove this generation. With a future-proof console, and a vast line-up of exclusives on the way, the PS3 has the brightest future out of any of the 3 consoles.

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