(this will be a great test of system wars age range)
Anyone with a PS3 looking at keeping the chil'rens from turning it on any time, away from mature games, away from online chats, internet browsing, etc. has found a big weakness. Not only is there no way to set a password for system sign-in, you also have to keep the main account set to save online password and allow auto-sign-in in order to take advantage of the auto-update feature.
Meanwhile, over at Microsoft, there is a *plethora of parental control features on the Xbox 360.
And we all know it can get even better.
So, will Sony step up to the plate? Can they match or surpass MS? Can MS stack on much more to stay above Sony? Will more than 5 posters have a care in the world about next-gen parental controls?
I haven't seen either company discuss this topic at much length. If you have solid info, pass it on.