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41. Posted: Tue 18th Aug 2009 22:33 BST
@Wolframheart- Might as well just get the old one then, huh?
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42. Posted: Tue 18th Aug 2009 22:39 BST
@longtimegamer: I guess if backwards compatibility is the selling point for you then yeah. I hear that the 80GB models still have the backwards compatibility feature but they are not fully BC like the 60GB models.
Edited on Tue 18th August, 2009 @ 22:49 by WolfRamHeart
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43. Posted: Tue 18th Aug 2009 22:54 BST
well now i have to decide it i want the original or the slim....
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44. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:27 BST
@Adam.... if you need more hard drive space then all you have to do is replace the harddrive in the PS3. If im not mistaken you can get a drive thats over 300gig for about 150 bucks. I thinks its a Seagate drive in it. That was in a OPM so I know its trustworthy.
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45. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:29 BST
Is it easy to do? I have taken apart computers before, but I'm reluctant to take apart a game console.
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46. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:35 BST
Stuffy beat me to this in the other thread. From what Ive read yes its literally take a screw out. The drive slips out. Pop in the new one and replace the screw. It formats and then install your backed up data from a USB from you other HD and bam there you go major HD space and nothing lost. Oh and for the record I recommend backing up Game Saves on a USB cause Ive actually lost some of mine somehow once before.
47. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:41 BST
Just when Nintendo excited me so much with many promising games, Sony hits them in the head with an bat with an price cut. Nice job Sony, you probably will get an new customer by Christmas.
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 02:41 by astarisborn94
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48. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:42 BST
I didn't see Stuffy's other post. Too many PS3 threads on the exact same topic right now, and it's frustrating and disorienting trying to follow along because I am very interested in the topic. So the system installs automatically? I don't need any sort of PS3 disc or anything to format the drive? Just unscrew, rescrew, and ta dah? Sounds beautiful. I may end up doing that instead of getting a Slim. Thanks!
49. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:44 BST
Do they still sell the 60 gig new?
50. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 02:50 BST
HEELLLLSS YESSSS I AM GETTING THIS **** with or without my rents consent, im branching outside of a nintendo console, i can afford it atm too!!!! HEELLL YEEEESSSSS
EDIT it would be nice if they did a 60 gig for much lower price, like wii price or sumthing
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 02:50 by Modern_Legend
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51. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:01 BST
One BIG reason I hadn't got one of these or 360 so far is price. I also think 60$ for the average new game is a bit much too. It'd have to be something pretty big for one.
52. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:10 BST
I guess I'm a cheapskate, but I think $50 is too much, too. Of course, $60 is even worse.
53. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:12 BST
Well, I know what I'm (hopefully) getting for my birthday.
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54. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:14 BST
@Adam- You won't see me paying that price very often either. So don't feel alone.
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 03:21 by longtimegamer
55. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:16 BST
60$ is a lot but....MAN THOSE ARE SOME STUNNING EXCLUSIVES!!!! with this recession and all, money is hard to get by if you are 12 years old....lets see what i can do. i NEED this system
56. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:27 BST
longtimegamer wrote:One BIG reason I hadn't got one of these or 360 so far is price. I also think 60$ for the average new game is a bit much too. It'd have to be something pretty big for one.I guess I'm a cheapskate, but I think $50 is too much, too. Of course, $60 is even worse.
I agree, I like $40 for a new game.
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57. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:28 BST
I think games should be free, but yea, $40 would be a nice compromise.
58. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:30 BST
ahhh 40$.....gamers can only dream...
59. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:33 BST
Not entirely. Lots of new Wii games are $40. PS3 has a two or three, too, I think, though not half as much. I just got Phantom Brave (Wii) in the mail; it was $40 and came out last week.
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 03:33 by Adam
60. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 03:33 BST
Contrary to my post before, i think maybe i wont get this, i have a wii and a lot of games already, and i already play a lot, i think for my own good i should refrain from buying more games every time i have money lying around, its really not worth it to my benefits in the long run lol, however, if my rents get it for me, thats a different story lol