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WTFITN? PSN boss disses Xbox Live’s interface, game delisting

Serious? Now why would the PSN boss try to attack the Xbox 360 for its clunky interface and the delisting of its XBLA games. Yes we know the dashboard needs work, and yes I know that it’s so hard to navigate the marketplace because of all the clutter of crap on there that its almost impossible to find the good games, but really? Mocking the 360? Sony, I think you need to look into the mirror. You have a update that has been called out for bricking consoles, you have a brand new trophy system that ONLY works with ONE game and will not ever work for several other games, your XMB isn’t exactly smooth to move through, you don’t offer movies in your store even though you are Sony and you have your own movie studio, and to top all of this off, you don’t even release a game every week on the PSN store. I think you are actually on average only doing 2 per month while the Xbox is consistently releasing 2 per week.

Anyways check out next-gen.biz for the full interview.

Here are some great quotes from that interview

The other thing is that we don’t release anything until it’s ready to go

I think if I look over at the competitors’ UI they may have some issues just displaying content and scrolling up and down lists isn’t the easiest way to find things

We have a ton of games for the price of a subscription and offer a significant amount of great original content that you can’t get anywhere else.

So what are your thoughts on this?

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  • cephiros

    I don't think Sony Execs are in any position to call out XBL Interface. If anyone has that right it is the actual users of the service. This would have been better to say *IF* 2.4 Patch was completely successful.

  • Scott

    Sony is the last ones to throw stones at this point but if I was in the red by billions I would try to get on the fast track to the top instead of a step backwards with their update

  • GBFBGF

    THTRHYRTHYTRHYT

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