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Old 12-19-2007, 12:43 PM   #130  
High Definition is the definition of life.

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Originally Posted by unotis View Post
It is good to know you think that even Blu-Ray itself doesn't know anything either and you have all the knowledge as to the attach rates and they should contact you personally if they want to know it also.

We should all bow down to your superior knowledge and contact both sides to let them know they are totally ignorant about their own formats according to you.

I'm sorry Chris that post makes you seem ignorant and small (and I know you're not).

If you want proof contact BobY and not post such lazy poorly conceived replies.
Who's BobY by the way? I haven't heard any reference to this person until now.

I believe about 50% of PS3 owners has at least played ONE blu-ray movie on it. (Heck, several editions came with free movies, such as Talladega Nights, Casino Royale, Spiderman 3 - why would the NOT try it?)

Furthermore I believe 30-40% have tried a few.

I think probably 20% have watched many, and of those, probably at least half (or 10% of the total ps3 owners) bought it primarily for Blu-Ray playback.

I know several people and they all use it a lot for playback. Of course, I'm in my thirties, so someone in their 20s may play more game.

I do think it is funny though that HDDVD fans first make fun of the "appaling lack of games" on the platform, so "obviously they don't buy it for the games", yet they apparently don't know what Blu-Ray is . What exactly do people think the PS3 is used for?????

In the end it does not matter. If Warner sells considerably more discs on Blu-Ray than on HDDVD, there is a good chance they go that way, or vice versa, if HDDVD sells considerably more, they'll go that way. Software Sales is what counts...
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