E3 2007 - HOME Mobile


Well, $ony proves that M$ is not the only guys that can do mass communication hubs. The thing is, the XBOX360 version, is not out, and MS is only touting Vista Live at the momemnt. Indeed, I will get GOW for VISTA since I have it but then again, the fee for online I will avoid since I have been play pc games for years without fees other than the cost of my bandwidth. Still this stuff on Home sounds like Sony is not throwing on another after thought on the PS3. Good luck, and good effort. Sony promises Phone, to Home, to PS3, to PC.Oh yeah, they made it possible to launch ANY game from home. Seriously, I laughed when they said they’d do this but there it is. Catch up wii, my Gamecube knows that I’m going to get you soon, and it hates me. All that’s left is [more] online [games] from Nintendo.

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6 Responses to “E3 2007 - HOME Mobile”

  1. Sir-G on July 11th, 2007 8:51 pm

    The minute they start adding all that functionality, thats when the price will get jacked up! Remember they not trying to be the be all system like PS3 and 360. With stuff like WiiFit coming out, they are putting themselves in a whole another class that Sony and 360 are trying to grab now, the MASS MARKET! Wii startn’ to look like DS all over again…the MASSES hold the key!!!!


  2. DW on July 11th, 2007 9:00 pm

    Well it’s still free right? :) but you get this and more for free, if they add the price for anything extra, “extra” needs to be way cooler than Home and 360 online combined!


  3. Sir-G on July 11th, 2007 9:26 pm

    It ain’t free! As for being cooler than Home, and 360 online, I don’t think they will be doing any such thing this time around. They got their mind focused on getting more casuals and “non” gamers into playing Wii. And the majority of those people don’t seem to care about all those online bells and whistles. Sony and Microsoft keep talking about getting their consoles into family homes and expanding the market, but so far they are only appealing to the hardcore. Thats all perfectly fine, but I do not doubt the ongoing success of the Wii with the public has got them all taking note! Maybe doing everything and the kitchen sink isn’t something that everybody is willing to pay for or even want.


  4. DW on July 11th, 2007 9:46 pm

    okay slow down. You said that “it” aint free … what is “it”, and your first comment, you said, “that’s when the price will get jacked up” what price for what “item” are you talking about? The system, PSN? Cuz,PSN = FREE, HOME = FREE. Home + extra add-on services = Lord knows. Please be more clear.


  5. Sir-G on July 11th, 2007 10:18 pm

    When I referred to price getting jacked up, I was referring it to the Wii. For them to have a service like 360 and Home would mean to add extra components to the system. Hence increasing the price. As for not being free, I was referring to Home. Just like 360 online, to get the full benefit, your going to have to pay some sort of fee. Sony just covers it up through things you add onto your Home avatar. Also just looking up any article were they talk about Home and Sony pretty much dodges the question whenever they are asked if Home will be a free service for long.


  6. DW on July 11th, 2007 11:07 pm

    Home = Free
    Home on Release day = Free
    PSN = Free

    I’m not sure what services you’re talking about, but okay, we’ll just have to wait and see ;)


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