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Choices, choices, choices

By dcacho
Thursday, November 16th, 2006 at 12:36 pm in Gieson Cacho.

The biggest choice we’ll have to face today is what flavor of the PlayStation 3 we want. It comes in two sizes: 20 gigabytes and 60 gigabytes. They both have different advantages. One is price — the 20-gig PS3 is $499 and the 60-gig is $599. In addition, the 60-gig also has multiple card readers and Wi-Fi connectivity.


In line, the general consensus seems to be that the 60-gig version is the one to get. The only problem is that we don’t know how many 20-gig and 60-gig systems they’ll have.

As for games, when asked, what title they’re purchasing, the group in the front of the line mention “Resistance: Fall of Man” more than any other game. The first-person shooter takes place in an alternate history when a monstrous group called the chimera takes over Asia and Europe.

It’s up to you to launch an last-ditch effort to save the world. It’s the standard fare that appeals to a line here dominated by men.

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