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Main » 2008 » December » 17 » Is PS3 a Powerful Console?
Is PS3 a Powerful Console?
2:48 PM
No it's not!

The PS3 is just a giant nuclear toaster that uses 10 times more power than a Wii. And how is it powerful? It takes 5 whole minutes to load Call of Duty 4 and longer for Metal Gear Solid 4. And the PS2 games lag on it.  But people still say it's the most powerful console ever built and now these people (who obviously don't care about the environment) are building a supercomputer using a bunch of PS3s. How stupid, think about how much energy that is. Even worse is the weight of them. How are the racks strong enough to hold 8 PS3s at a time? Bet they are made of a metal none of us have ever heard of. The earth is unbalanced but don't panic. You won't feel a thing. It will soon topple on it's side and the unfeasibly huge PS3s will drop of Earth's surface and land at the bottom of space (if it has a bottom). Earth will then return to normal position...


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