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    ps3 Sony pleaded with third-party developers not to abandon its struggling platform

    Sony, meanwhile, sold only 119,400 PlayStation 3s and 215,000 PlayStation 2s. Clearly, that's why Sony had to make the move to launch the 40-gigabyte console at $399. That should help put Sony back in the game, but I very much doubt that the former leader of the industry will move out of third place.

    One piece of news that came out this week was that Sony pleaded with third-party developers not to abandon its struggling platform. That change in attitude is a marked difference compared to the arrogance of past years. The argument is that the PS 3 will show its strength as developers learn how to make games for it. But developers know they can staff four or five Wii teams with the same number of people it takes to make one PS 3 game. We may have a glut of Wii games soon, but that's not as bad as not having enough games on the PS 3.

    http://blogs.mercurynews.com/aei/200...september.html

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    Its about time!

    While Microsoft was drawing and pleasing the developers by buying them (blue Dragon) or buy making the console easier for them (fixed antialiasing), Sony didn't do a think, saying: "They'll come!... They should be on their way!... They probably late because of the rain!... We'll have lots of good titles ready in a few minutes!... It's a Playstation! How could they possibly ignore it?..."

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