10 reasons why PlayStation Network trumps Xbox Live

Why the PSN is better than Xbox Live

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PSP functionality/Remote Play

If you're into portable gaming and own a PSP (or PSP Go), the PlayStation Network offers plenty of added functionality for your console. Armed with a PSP, you can access any of the media stored on your PlayStation 3 via an ad-hoc WiFi connection – music, videos, you name it. You can even play a few PS3 games on your PSP, using Remote Play.

In addition, PlayStation Minis and PSOne game downloads can be transferred between both consoles – handy if you're engrossed in Tomb Raider 2 and have a bus to catch.

Microsoft recently announced Xbox Live games for the Windows Phone 7, but without all those PSX classics, it's hardly the same thing.

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Jay money


Don't be mad because x box has no handheld devices



Smart Glass



This is about the only legit reason on this whole list of ignorant, uneducated "reasons".

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