Good at making every electronics device and appliance. But not videogame consoles.
SONY needs to just go back to making its TVs, computers, CD-players, and batteries, instead of wasting its time making shitty Playstation consoles.
SEGA's last great console before they wasted their money on add-ons and mediocre-quality consoles like the SEGA CD and the SEGA 32X.
If SEGA followed similar marketing strategies and advertising efforts on one single console as they did on the Genesis before 1992, and not wasted so much money on poor product ideas, the company would still be making consoles today.
|3.||Abyss of Lost Consoles|
The place where you will find the Virtual Boy, Sega 32X, Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, and all the other "failure" systems.
Well, at least I found a cable for my Virtual Boy in the Abyss of Lost Consoles.
1. One who is over-zealously PC (politically correct)
2. A personal computer fanatic, usually when accentuating how much they own consoles.
--Slavery is bad, you're a racist!!
--you fukkin piccer.
PC owns all consoles, I am a piccer and proud of it!!
1: The name covering all of Sony's video game consoles. Subsequent consoles use either a number (2 and 3) or another word (Portable) to differentiate itself from the original.more...
2: Sony's first of its 4 entries into the video game world, released in Japan in December 1994, then entering the US and Europe in September 1995.
It began its life planned as a CD-ROM add-on to Nintendo's Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super Famicom in Japan).
When that partnership fell through, Sony decided to take the add-on they were already working on and make a stand-alone home console (originally, the Playstation was designed to play both Sony's games and SNES carts. The Playstation as we know it today is actually the Playstation X, hence the early 'PSX' abbreviation).
Five main versions are known to exist:
Model SCPH-100X: This version was infamous for early versions being able to play imported and copied games with a simple disc-swap. A later version corrected this issue, but both were also known for overheating problems and for having streamed audio and video skip frequently.
Model SCPH-550X (I don't personally own a console with this number. Can anyone verify?): Fixed the overheating problem, partially. Skipping problems weren't addressed, however. Standard RCA cable output ports were replaced with a proprietary output port, according to sources. It's also claimed that the laser housing was moved.
Model 750X: Addressed the audio/video skipping problem...
good at making tvs, mp3 players, cd players, video cameras, headphones. but they are not good at making games consoles, that is microsofts job from now on...
i love my sony made mp3 player, tv, cd player, but i wouldnt dare buy one of their consoles, now they are desperate, making the ps2, then the silver ps2, then the slim ps2, then the slim silver ps2, then the psp... they are DESPERATE!!!
Microsoft's next generation console; rivals the Sony Playstation 3 and Nintendo Revolution.more...
New features include:
- Improved performance and graphics
- Upgraded Xbox Live (Free silver account for activities like text & voice messaging, video chat / Subscription Gold account for online game multiplayer)
- Detachable hardrive
- Every single game in high definition with at least Xbox Live Aware
- Wireless controller featuring a power/Xbox Live button
- Interchangeable face plates
- Compatibility with MP3 players (such as iPod)
- Backwards compatibility with most Xbox games (v.i.a emulation)
When released, the Xbox 360 will employ the most powerful graphics chip ever created. ATi (Xbox 360's GPU supplier) boasts that the Xbox 360's unified shader architecture allows the console to run at 100% efficiency, while previous consoles ran anywhere at 50% to 70% efficiency. While the PS3 employs more brute strength, the Xbox 360's streamlined processing will allow for overall better performance than the PS3.
With the fact that Xbox 360 is such a multi...