Offensive poster at GAME removed
The contents of the poster have been debated here in our comments section on more than enough posts -- price. Simply put, comparing the price of all that you get with the 60GB PS3 model compared to everything you'd have to buy to get an equivalent... um... media center (not sure how to word it) out of Microsoft's system. In the end, it comes down to what you want out of your console. If you want games and games only, yeah, the 360 is a far better deal. Especially if you don't need to worry about running an ethernet cable from your roommate's room, down the stairs, and into your system. Otherwise, wireless is so, so helpful.
Posting stuff like this is clearly a no-no in retail stores. But we should discuss the points raised in the poster once again, just to see if we can get any new notions plopped on the comment board. Is it a better deal to get everything you'd need all at once at a "higher" price, or get a cheaper base unit and build from it as you deem it necessary? It's an interesting dynamic Sony and Microsoft have worked out with those two options, don't you think? Pretty good stuff, this business thing.
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