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No.1 son has traded in his top-of-the-range Sony PS3 for an X-Box at Game.
Not sure whether one is better than t'other - it's just that he has more friends on X-Box than PS3.
November 07, 2012 at 01:23 PM
Chairman: Microsoft's superior online strategy has definitely won out for them - but be aware that getting an Xbox 360 means committing to an annual fee so your son can play with his friends.
The PS3 had much better hardware design, but a terrible operating system, and Sony were naive about the importance of the online support. At this point in the hardware cycle, your son has probably played most of the PS3 exclusives and has little to lose by switching platforms.
November 08, 2012 at 09:46 AM
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