It's funny that collectively it received better reviews on NGC versus the Revo.
The PS2 is still outselling everything else. That further establishes the user base that is most likely to upgrade to a PS3 once its price comes down.
I think this will play out over several years.
Twilight Princess could have been released for the GC (as it was designed to be) and it would have been just as good.
Go back an make a modern day Xwing vs. Tie Fighter with 64 people players, a commander that gets to control and position the capital ships, a campaign map, bam, instant hit.
Why game developers can't create the obvious is beyond me.
Overall, I think this is good news.
It just amazes me that someone would pay that...
On a side note, I bet the bundles game stores force you to purchase to get a console early on just became significantly larger.
PS3 will sell, and sell huge.
Seems like every day I read a negative article on the impending demise of Sony, I just don't believe it.
Also, WTF is this 6-10 years you're talking about?
Half-Life was released in 1998, and Halo was released in 2001..
You didn't read it did you?
You missed the answer to your question.
They aren't starting from scratch.
Grigon Entertainment is best known for successfully developing and launching several online games in Asia, including Seal Online, a light-hearted role-playing game (RPG) that took the online gaming world by surprise. Localized versions are available in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, Indonesia and Thailand.
Didn't you answer your own question in your second sentence?