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Enough with the idiotic hard drive changes Sony

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Seriously am I the only one who is sick and tired of Sony changing the size of the hard drive in the PS3.

The PS3 was released with 2 SKU’s a 20Gb NTSC and a 60Gb NTSC, then we get a 60Gb PAL with no emotion engine for  PAL areas. Now we have a 80Gb NTSC for the US with no emotion chip leaving us with a total of 4 different SKU’s.

The rumours have also started up about a new 40Gb NTSC unit for the states and now a 120Gb PAL unit for Europe…That would be 6 different SKU’s and they haven’t even been on the market for a year.

Now there has been a lot of complaints about the PS3 regarding it’s price and lack of games but I am yet to see one complaining about it’s hard drive so why oh why do Sony keep on changing it?

I am starting to think Sony has a pile of old hard drives that they are just trying to work though one set at a time. If we are really lucky they might end up releasing a PS3 without a hard drive for a decent price. Then we can just slap in any old drive we have lying around instead.

 Come on Sony wake up..

Last Updated: July 17, 2007


  1. ****

    July 19, 2007 at 16:49

    Yeah, maybe you should concentrate more on checking your facts and less on trying to be a prick. There are/will be two SKUs for the PS3, one with a 60gig drive and one an 80gig drive. The 360 has three SKUs, the 0 gig one (for downloading invisible demos), the laughable 20gig one, the 120gig one which comes in the faux-PS3.

    Seriously am I the only one who is sick and tired of fat bloggers who think they’ll come off as “toadally hardcore gamer dudes” if they support Microsoft’s flawed gaming endeavour. Listen fatty, apeing idiot Americans and echoing their moronic bullshit isn’t impressing anyone.


  2. LazySAGamer

    July 19, 2007 at 17:52

    ? Which part of the 4 links pointing to 4 rumoured SKU’s are you confused about?


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