Alternity;4928526 said:PS3 if you want a reliable console
jibjqrkl;4928530 said:eh wut?if you're talking about the RROD, that pretty much only happened with the Xbox that were made in the first year ._.I'm pretty sure i've seen more people get YLOD's on their ps3's than RROD's on xbox since then
jibjqrkl;4928574 said:2+3)ridiculous amounts of money?$60 a year for online play, early access to demo's and access to extra sales is ridiculous?
Mega-Tallica;4928595 said:For strictly Rock Band -----> 360For everything else ------> Depends on a multitude of things
www1221;4928593 said:I have yet to see a slim fail. The new xboxes are as likely to fail as a PS3 so that should not even be considered.
jibjqrkl;4928615 said:another 1 for xbox, no dongles for your instruments which can break/get lost
grumblevolcano;4928616 said:All PS3 models except the original 60GB version are terrible.
Alternity;4928619 said:True that, I so wish the instruments would be wired, changing, recharging batteries is annoying as hell.
Mega-Tallica;4928622 said:If we want to pull out the ol' pro and con argument here, in my opinion of course, the PS3's pros far outweigh Xbox's cons and vice versa. But, that's just me.Reliability is the big issue with me. I've never had an Xbox NOT RRoD on me and I've gone through 5 of them before I decided to do away with them forever (both the original Xbox and the 360). I don't like buying something that's a ticking time bomb and that's exactly the way I feel about Xbox. Now, flipping the coin, I've only had 1 Playstation console break on me (my original PS2 stopped reading discs), and that's it. I have a slim PS2 that's going on 7 years old, a fat PS3 going on 5 years, and a PS3 slim going on 2, all running as strong as they were the day I bought them. I like worry-free hardware that's reliable, but again, that's just me.
Alternity;4928621 said:Please explain.