60gig and heck no I am not selling it, it's my only Blu-Ray player. I was referring to my Jag for my trade list. I was in a bad mood and didn't really mean to thread crap (I strained my achilles heel at Costco, stupid story).
what model PS3 you got... wanna sell it.. I might can use one for my living room.
I just thought it was laughable for a self described xbox fanboi to turn tail and flip sides like that and it tweaked me, as I have often thought that those "all or nothing" console owners/and flamers always suffered from a grass is greener-with envy syndrome [intentionally mixed metaphors]. Seeing it proven just kinda PMO (lol, now he's throwing Sony bombs at me) and I lashed out at him.
I meant no real ill will towards him.
As far as my PS3 goes I have played mostly exclusives on it and plan on buying some more. What I was referring to was my anecdotal experience that for any title that is multi-player or multi-platform- my friends, family and I are preferring to pick up for the 360 (unless it's like many of the third-party PS3 titles that dropped super fast like several have at target, then I snap them up quick. Jericho for $12 heck yea, NGS for $14 yep, folklore for $12 you bet) It's been a good bargain machine for things like that and I certainly look forward to the exclusive AAA titles MGS4, GTp&5 but for games like CoD4, R6V 1&2, GTA I am all about the stronger Live community and the longevity for multi-player that it provides.
I only mention it because this seems to be consistent with most gamers in my circle of friends and family, each of us that have strayed on Multi-platform titles have been burned, (orange box, LP, and more recently my brothers R6V2 with the non-functioning MP). Most these things get ironed out.
I am just not an all or nothing/there can be only one "console champion." They tend to PMO and most everyone else, I just couldn't bare the gleefully admitted hypocrisy; and the Loritabs and mead loosened my keyboard. A recipe for disaster.
As I have stated I am not normally a thread crapper, didn't really mean to harsh "your new buyers buzz."