PlayStation 3: The New Era of Gaming

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Playstation 3: The New Era of Gaming

The Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) is the most recent game consoles by Sony Inc. to come out. Becoming the trilogy of the Playstation series, the PS3 packs many of the same or similar characteristics as the Playstation 2 (PS2). But it also has its own characteristics which places it on another level. Being a highly priced console (ranging from $400-$600), there is a lot offered from the PS3 console. It includes high-definition graphics (HDTV compatible), a Blu-ray disc hard drive, wireless controllers, Gigabit Ethernet, and a built-in Bluetooth. There is also plenty of memory space available on the console. Sony has generated four versions of the PS3; there is a 20GB, 40GB, 60GB, and 80GB PS3 game system. The PS3 has many wonderful features available, much worth the cost of an upgrade from the PS2. So get ready for an experience of a life time; like nothing you’ve experienced with the PS2; as there is plenty to explore while playing the PS3 game console. To get started with the full experience, make sure that you purchase a HD television. You will also need the HDMI cable alone with an HDCP compliant HDTV. Now you’re ready to sit back and be impressed by the stunning visuals gained. The higher resolution is more than worth it, running at 1,080 pixel resolution. It will play at 60 frames per second. After I played NCAA Football 2009, I was totally amazed at the graphics and visuals. I felt like I was actually there inside of the game its self. There were deep details in the players and surroundings. I could actually see sweat on players face as I paused the game or ran an instant replay. Not only that, but I could also see the muscles in their bodies. The stadium and crowd were also “live and in effect”. Playing the PS2 would not feel the same. The detailing of the PS2 was nowhere near on this level as the PS3. There is no though that the Playstation 2 shows well and has improved since the Playstation. Yet the...
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