[QUOTE=Silver_Fox][QUOTE=soporj][QUOTE=Silver_Fox]PS1 and PS2, HANDS DOWN. [/QUOTE]<div><br></div><div>I know that hyperbole gets thrown around these forums at an enormous rate, but this comment is just ridiculous.</div><div><br></div><div>To say that the PS1 and PS2 were more disappointing than the overhyped and under-delivering 3DO, Jaguar, CD-I (and Virtual Boy if you count that as a console) is silly.</div><div><br></div><div>Sony has done some crappy things, but the PS1 and PS2 didn't disappoint people like the other consoles I mentioned.</div>[/QUOTE] Hyperbole? Nice of you to NOT READ my entire post, and quote one sentence of my post . Your comment is even more ridiculous, sir. When did I mention Jaguar, 3DO, or Virtual Boy? CD-I was never meant to be a pure gaming system, so that comment is even more "ridiculous". Sorry, I never owned those systems so I couldn't compare. That's why I didn't mention them in my post, but you obviously weren't reading. I also mentioned how the systems had great games, but you failed to READ that.
Systems that stop working(time and time again) are not disappointing? Go ahead and search the rest of the internet about the ps1 and ps2s problems, and tell me what you find.
Bad luck? Since when does buying an expensive piece of electronic equipment involve luck? That's "ridiculous". But I guess if you purchase anything Sony, it does involve luck. I could show you numerous pieces of electronic equipment(and videogame systems) that still work for me fine. Coby and GPX made better electronics than Sony.
Fragile disc technology? Why does my Saturn still work with no problems? How about my launch-era Dreamcast? My Xbox, which I purchased used in 2004? I've seen Gamecubes beaten and battered that still work? There is no excuse, no matter how much you LOVE S(Ph)ony. That's disappointing to me. [/QUOTE]
You said that the PS1 and PS2 were "HANDS DOWN" the most disappointing systems. That means that you think they were more disappointing that all other systems including the ones *I* mentioned.
Like I said, ridiculous.