Comment on Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates by Conduit:

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Exactly, paying companies to develop a game exclusively for one system has been common practice since the days of the NES, and every console maker does it.

Theres only two reasons that Sony has trailed the competition this generation.

1. The 360 came out a year before the PS3, allowing it to establish a large installed user base before the PS3 even hit the shelves.

2. The PS3 is reportedly harder to program for, so multiplatform games are often poorly optimized for the PS3, making the games inferior to their 360 counterparts.


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    Umm, Professor Kokonoe is already a nekomimi. You obviously can’t make a character cuter by adding cat ears and a tail, when they already have cat ears and a tail.

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