Originally Posted by jhawkkw
I would count on the xbox having it because of their joint agenda with game manufacturers (along with Sony) to kill used games. I know for Sony the backwards compatibility was quite expensive for the ps3 because the first gen consoles had that feature, and sold for 500/600 depending on storage space. Then the second gen consoles removed this feature and the price subsequently dropped by like 200 dollars.
yeah i didn't know this ... I have never been a fan of PlayStation ... my friend got a ps3 on launch night then brought it back to the apartment and we played for 5 hours straight then the thing started smoking and burnt its self beyond repair... he took it back and got his money back he didn't even want to even try and get a new one
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