"3vi1 Dropping PS Systems In Favor Of Companies That Respect Their Customers, don't install rootkits, don't remove features from sold consoles, and don't lose their customers data multiple, multiple, times."
My wife got charged for train tickets in Itally thanks to these ****tards, and I lost Linux on the PS3 (as the other option was to never again be allowed to connect to the PSN network and have my kids play the games they already owned online - like RockBand. I don't care if they create a scarab console I can wear like the Blue Beetle, I'm not buying it.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
PLEASE don't change the remote! That is a TERRIBLE idea!
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I'm torn on this one... On the one hand the PS controller is very well designed, familiar, and just "works". On the other hand the Xbox 360 is incredibly well designed, more comfortable, familiar, and considered the best designed controller for several years now.
If the new XBOX ships with a new controller that is better than the current one then Sony's controller will fall further behind and be dated. If they refresh the controller and it's a flop they could inadvertently lose gamers to the Xbox platform. I supposed the best thing would be to design a new controller while still allowing current ones to function with the ps4.
I'm kinda excited to see what Sony comes up with, as Sevags points out the PS controller is good but the Xbox one is better. So a new design is needed in my opinion, I hope its a little bit bigger so that I don't look like I have arthritis after a gaming session!!
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