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 Mar 13, 2007 - 04:19 PM - by Michael
* Nobody wants the PS3?

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Playstation2/Sony
Sony's got some troubles, and two outlets offer up opinions: CNet's Crave blog examines lack of consumer love for the PS3, while Gamespot offers some advice on how Sony could get the customer goodwill back.

Here's a hint: your customers aren't the enemy, Sony. Open things up, rather than being closed-off like you've been with the PSP, and customers will come back. Think how many PSPs you would have sold if people were able to load what they wanted from day one, rather than being scared to death that your "firmware updates" would break their games?
 

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