We have lots of Apps that allow the same thing once again. And its not only limited to Aussie players.
10 reasons why PlayStation Network trumps Xbox Live
This article is both talking out their asses, and loops back on itself...
"CHECK OUT DA TROPHIES ON MAH MATLEPIECE"
I read the entire article because I was truly interested to know which were the 10 things(not 1, or 2, but 10!) in which the PS3 is better than the 360, and all I read was avatars, trophies and another bunch of things which I believe the 360 is also able to do. Not even the slightest mention about games, graphics, sound, or hardware. How dissapointing to find that an immature, ignorant (and poor most likely, if you are complaining about $60 a year) 12-year old has access to a site and is allowed to write this kind of pathetic "review". GoodGearGuide, what a shame, what a shame...
LOL. Where do you think they got trophies from? After they realized Microsoft had achievements, they made trophies a year later. lol. The only thing PSN beats XBL in is free games. Other than that, it's the Poor Station Network.
lol. All I read is a list of 10 things no one cares about. The key feature is the functionality of online gaming. Xbox Live destroys PSN in this capacity. Lag is rare on Xbox Live, while it's common place on PSN.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Absolutely what PSN is all about. DO it. DO it, I dare you. When it comes paying for it, oh my god. I can't deal.
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