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Offline swpalmer

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« Reply #30 - Posted 2006-06-15 01:28:37 »

Last I heard all studios except those contorlled by Sony are supporting boht HD-DVD and  Blu-ray.  Blu-ray drives are available for PCs, but you can't get the media for them - that's where HD-DVDs advantage is, their manufacturing process is much more similar to the existing DVDs.  Looks like we will have to wait a a year to see which one "wins".

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« Reply #31 - Posted 2006-06-15 10:45:53 »

Last I heard all studios except those contorlled by Sony are supporting boht HD-DVD and Blu-ray. Blu-ray drives are available for PCs, but you can't get the media for them - that's where HD-DVDs advantage is, their manufacturing process is much more similar to the existing DVDs. Looks like we will have to wait a a year to see which one "wins".
APC had an article on blueray burners for PC
Offline ChrisM

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Luke...END OF LINE


« Reply #32 - Posted 2006-06-15 22:51:30 »

there is an intresting material about sony problems with ps3, for example that first units in the markets will have cpu clock 2,8 ghz not 3,2, also there will be cheanges in rsx chip, more intersting news in below site:

http://www.kotaku.com/gaming/sony/more-ps3-downgrades-on-the-way-179863.php

That article is woefully incorrect.  There has been a lot of discussion around the crippling of the memory bus as well and is inaccurate. It's the World Wide Interwidget friends!  Wait until the explanation from Sony happens Smiley

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Offline ChrisM

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« Reply #33 - Posted 2006-06-15 22:56:01 »

Last I heard all studios except those contorlled by Sony are supporting boht HD-DVD and  Blu-ray.  Blu-ray drives are available for PCs, but you can't get the media for them - that's where HD-DVDs advantage is, their manufacturing process is much more similar to the existing DVDs.  Looks like we will have to wait a a year to see which one "wins".

Remember that next generation DVD tech is more than capacity.  The interactivity that can be achieved with the Blu-Ray platform is quite powerful.  Regarding the comment of the VM  "Apparantly it's some private slow-ass J2ME style VM for running stuff on the DVD menus.", that is not exactly true Smiley  In fact the current CDC level VM's have roughly 80-85% of SE's performance.  If you have not seen a Blu-Ray demonstration, you should Smiley  VERY cool stuff can be done there.  In fact, it may be a great platfrorm for "simpler" games.  How about having a market opportunity that may reach not only the PS3, but millions of "plain 'ol Blu-Ray" players all over the world? 

-Chris

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« Reply #34 - Posted 2006-06-16 09:45:09 »

So, a slow-ass VM then with crippled user interface APIs. Great! Still, a step in the right direction I suppose.

Cas Smiley

Offline whome

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« Reply #35 - Posted 2006-06-16 12:46:52 »

there is an intresting material about sony problems with ps3, for example that first units in the markets will have cpu clock 2,8 ghz not 3,2, also there will be cheanges in rsx chip, more intersting news in below site:
http://www.kotaku.com/gaming/sony/more-ps3-downgrades-on-the-way-179863.php
That article is woefully incorrect.  There has been a lot of discussion around the crippling of the memory bus as well and is inaccurate. It's the World Wide Interwidget friends!  Wait until the explanation from Sony happens Smiley
-Chris

And here is Sony's response to a downgraded specs rumours. All is denied and everything is as told before.
http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=65545

Lesson to learn: The Truth Is Out There, But It Is Not The Internet
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