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PS3 might be even more powerful

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Gamesindustry.biz reports that Sony says that the E3 demos of the Playstation 3 were run on demo systems running at only 75% of the final clock speed. Now Microsoft says that their demos were run on development kits running only 25% performance.
     
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    Update: Nintendo says they were running their hardware at 150% of the performance.
     
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    Lol. Do I smell the stink of fanboy?
     
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    Na, just an anti-nintendo boy. :p Loved the NES, SNES, and even the N64 mostly, but they just make me angry with their nonsensical decisions now.
     
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    Very true.
    Did you hear about their model for the Revolution's backward-compatibility? You have to pay for the games... :mad:
     
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    Nintendo have gone wierd now. Microsoft said that the games were running at 25% power ages ago, like during E3.
     

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