Many of you who are reading this at this very moment have either played or do own a PS3, Wii, or both. Today, some rather, shall we say, odd,comments came out from Sony’s boss Howard Stringer:

“I’ve played a Nintendo Wii. I don’t see it as a competitor. It’s more of an expensive niche game device. We’re selling a lot of PlayStation 3s now and it’s still the best way to buy a Blu-ray player.”

Ok, woah, back up. It should be neither here nor there for me to state my opinion on this news story, but do you guys really believe what he’s trying to sell? How is the Wii not a competitor? Especially when in fact it is kicking Sony’s tail in terms of sales and overall popularity from people who always have loved games to people who are just now starting to play them. And the term “expensive” doesn’t seem appropriate here as the Wii’s price tag is a measly $250 (compared with Xbox 360 and PS3). And what do you all think of his mention of the Blu-ray disc player? Let the commenting begin.

Jeremy White

Jeremy is really a little kid who took over a 6'3 adult body. He likes the X-men, Spiderman, Batman, Superman, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, get the picture. He reviews games and writes news for Console Monster. The games he most likes to play are games like Lost Odyssey and Final Fantasy, especially FFVII. He wants to marry Aeris, but would settle if Seth came along and was more aggressive towards him. He loves the NFL (yes American Football), and his teams are the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers. His video game writer/blogger/gamername alias (cause he thinks it's cool) is Adridius.

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