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@shingui5 Sony is known for one major thing when it comes to their development tools. They stink. Sony is a hardware company software is not their strong suit.

So much so that 3rd party companies like Square make a decent side business out of selling their own inhouse tools.

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@shingui5 @Yuck_Too @cbxero it's business. PLain and simple. They don't care about bragging rights...they caire about bottom lines.

If they can make more money doing one of the other. They will.

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@stayhigh1 lol...speaking of trolling. If the PS4 is as "successful" as the PS3 Sony may have to can their games division.

they have after all admitted the PS3 will not breakeven at this point.

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@stayhigh1 @Yuck_Too which means a slowed adoption rate...which negates the impact of an early release.

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@stayhigh1 @Yuck_Too Sony said they will not support PS3 titles over PSN.

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If MS keeps titles backwards compatible over LIVE than that gives developers a revenue stream that makes it much more profitable to develop for over time.

Where as if Sony drops it and makes a developer re-do legacy titles well...not nearly the money or profit margins in that.

The result will be more titles and more developer support for one and less for the other.

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@bubba_1988 @Yuck_Too If Sony does that how receptive do you think developers will be to support them?

A developer releases a title they worked on for years only to have Sony drop it from the PSN a year later...would end up in court suing for loss of revenue.

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@ccusick @Yuck_Too Starting early will not help when the PS3 is still in it's prime. It's only going to cost Sony money and if sales are slow it will look even worse.

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@cbxero @Yuck_Too Sony can control their in-house developers...but that's about it.

They most certainly cannot tell 3rd party dev's what to do much less stop them. At best they can offer incentives but that costs them and the days of truly exclusive titles is gone.

Too much money involved.

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The PS3 titles will look better for quite a while since the PS3 is hardly at it's full potential and developers will make higher profit margins sticking with that platfom...and I don't need another blu-ray player.

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