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lol come to Iraq .in USA if its not worth then its not so much different .
i think i will emigrate to the USA when im old enough..
Just go live in Portugal, It's like Spain, just better, It's like Brazil, just safer. You can do pretty much whatever you want. =)
Guys, I wouldn't worry so much...
Here's the deal...
Sony is not stupid. They know they cannot stop te PS3 Jailbreak sales. Even with maximum effort they'd be lucky to stop 1 or 2 % of all worldwide sales. And that would cost them millions in trying.
They are clearly using this method to send a message to the game devellopers that they are actually doing someting to stop the piracy. Large gaming companies will see a lower sales rate when a device is hacked. Obviously because people will acquire illegal copies. They could confront Sony with this, and demand a higher percentage of the sales profit to compensate their loss, because Sony got their console hacked.
Sony can respond to those companies that they are doing their best to controll the situation and that they are even filing law suits against distributors and end-users.
What I am trying to say, is that this tactic will not last. It's just a showcase, a statement.
Last edited by DJ41; 10-17-2010 at 08:58 AM.
2all german fellas
buy udip board. Just ebay for "udip usb" and you'll get the results. He ships overseas only on Saturdays, and it takes about 10 days to arrive.
Then why is it that Microsoft and Sony sell the same amount of games (about 100 million) for their latest consoles (40 million consoles each)?
Originally Posted by DJ41
Because, while the 360 has had rampant piracy for years now, a lot more people own the 360 as well, which means, even with the losses to piracy, they still sell about the same as the PS3 does
Originally Posted by mеdi01
Note that that 40 million consoles sold only refers to official sales, not used sales or between two people. The 360 is sold used in games store or on craig's list far more often.
So Microsoft sold 40 million 360s, Sony sold 40 million PS3s. How could sales between "two people" change the fact that there are roughly 40 million of each console in the wilds?
Originally Posted by Jonesy47
There is always a group of people who will pirate games. Sony makes it worse for her own sales as well. Because the newest games require at least 3.42 (Medal of Honor 2010 version does), people with jailbreaked PS3's won't buy legal games, because they have no way to play it.
If they find a way to patch those games and make them playable on 3.41, than there is no need for pirates to buy those new games.
The Xbox community has Xbox Live, which is a lot more popular than PSN. A lot of people choose not to mod their XBox in fear of getting banned from this service. Especially if they invested a lot of money in downloadable content, which they would have to kiss goodbye if they get banned. A lot of people even have 2 Xbox's. One for playing pirated games on and one for online play. Popular online multiplayer games will always continue to sell well because of this.
Xbox 360 sales will keep constant because of the fear of a ban. Sony obviously has other tactics.
Last edited by DJ41; 10-18-2010 at 03:38 AM.