A Glowing Playstation Live Article.. From Team Xbox?

It must be opposite day or something, quick look outside and you might just see cows jumping over the moon, and maybe even a litter of pigs chasing after them. Why? Well it seems the guys at Team Xbox have put together an article that rather succinctly sums up the threat of Sony's rumored Xbox Live killer. You know you have to read it when the article comments:

"Xbox fanboys, stop reading now, because we don’t have good news."

"After E3, the ground will shatter as the PlayStation 3 launch date is unveiled. No one, not even Microsoft, will be able to stop the PlayStation 3 launch and you can bet it will be successful. Sony will sell, not
[sic]matter the price, PS3s like hot cakes; here, in the old continent and obviously in Asia."

HUH?

Alright, alright, to be fair the article is rather well written and speaks of legitimate threats to Xbox Live as the dominant online console gaming service. It serves as something of a reality check for Xbox fans, and an ego trip for Sony supporters. Keep in mind the majority of the article is speculation, but the fact that it's coming from such an unlikely source makes it seem strangely poignant.



It must be opposite day or something, quick look outside and you might just see cows jumping over the moon, and maybe even a litter of pigs chasing after them. Why? Well it seems the guys at Team Xbox have put together an article that rather succinctly sums up the threat of Sony's rumored Xbox Live killer. You know you have to read it when the article comments:

"Xbox fanboys, stop reading now, because we don’t have good news."

"After E3, the ground will shatter as the PlayStation 3 launch date is unveiled. No one, not even Microsoft, will be able to stop the PlayStation 3 launch and you can bet it will be successful. Sony will sell, not
[sic]matter the price, PS3s like hot cakes; here, in the old continent and obviously in Asia."

HUH?

Alright, alright, to be fair the article is rather well written and speaks of legitimate threats to Xbox Live as the dominant online console gaming service. It serves as something of a reality check for Xbox fans, and an ego trip for Sony supporters. Keep in mind the majority of the article is speculation, but the fact that it's coming from such an unlikely source makes it seem strangely poignant.



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