Despite Sony’s dominance on so many consumer electronic platforms, they can’t seem to get a handle on what to do with their PS3. No DLC for GTA 4 and Fallout 3? Games still for the most part look and run better on an Xbox rather than a PS3, even though PS3 has the superior hardware. When will the capacity of the Blu Ray disc impact development? When the PS3 debuted on American soil, it claimed to be “Future Proof”. Now that has obviously yet to be seen, but I can honestly say that the PS3 is far from “Present Proof”. Fanboy naysayers shall not pass, as I have both systems, though I buy my games for Xbox 360, and use my PS3 for Netflix, Blu Ray style. At any rate, Fallout 3 is beast of a brilliant game that you can play for over 100 hours if you want to, and January 2009 will see the release of “Operation Anchorage”, which will be the first part of a three part DLC for the Xbox 360 and PC only. Then in February, “The Pitt” will be released followed by “Broken Steel” in March. I hope that developers will take the time to notice what Bethesda Softworks is doing to prolong the life of their already epic game. Honestly Fallout 3 has so much capacity and scope, that paying $60 dollars for any other game is going to make you feel cheated. Check out the screen shot below.

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Jeff B