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Another reason why PSN beats Xbox Live.

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User Info: Nate_Dihldorff

Nate_Dihldorff
3 years ago#1
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=50145747&postcount=49
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User Info: Eseenuz

Eseenuz
3 years ago#2
Free (digitized) cash is the best idea Sony ever had lol

User Info: Shineboxer

Shineboxer
3 years ago#3
It would be if Sony wasn't %60 debt as a company.
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User Info: JessicaJungxo

JessicaJungxo
3 years ago#4
Why post a reassurance topic in the PS3 board?

As an owner of both a xbox 360 and ps3, I fight against console....ism
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User Info: HolyMcmoly

HolyMcmoly
3 years ago#5
Yeah, pretty sure 25 cents>10 dollars. Learn math, bro.

User Info: Taran_McDohl

Taran_McDohl
3 years ago#6
Shineboxer posted...
It would be if Sony wasn't %60 debt as a company.


Thats all you do is come in here and hate on Sony...go back to the pc boards with your pc specs in your sig and leave us be. No one cares about what you think.
In every person there are 2 dogs fighting...one Good and one Evil. The one that wins is the one you feed the most.
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