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Blue Ray Prices Insane..... No Chance

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by John1800, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. John1800

    John1800 Member

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    Will the PS3 ever be able to play backups or is it a pipe dream? It seems irrelevant to play burned PS3 games as the price of Blue-Ray is outrageous, but what about the hard drive and it's promise. I've done some research and it doesn't look too good right now.
     
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    JorDogg Regular member

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    Heres a thought, you could always buy original games and movies? eh?
     
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    ooZEROoo Regular member

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    Next time check the stickies.
     
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    If you ask me the first back ups will be on bluray disks and not on hard disk.
    But who cares... by the time back ups would be viable a blank bluray disk will cost 3$ a piece. And a burner will be 150$ max.
    So regarding back ups there are bigger problems than the cost of media.
     
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    He said "backups" so that would mean he is intending to buy the originals......unless you some how read his mind and know otherwise.
     
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    Just for the record it's Blu-Ray not Blue-Ray. I have no idea how they will get around the 4GB or more files can't be used because it's FAT32. Maybe Blank Blu-ray's will drop in price.. since they are pretty new.
     

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