PS3 online is free "for now". I hate to say it, but I don't expect Sony to leave it free for the entire life of the PS3. It's just bad business. Take for example all the people who used to say that you'd never have to pay for online PC play...
"great exclusives". Wow, talk about an opinion. One could say the same thing about the 360 and even the Wii. In order to truely compare platforms, one has to take away things which can't be compared between the two. Comparing 360 games to PS3 games to Wii games is like comparing a FPS to a RPG. Or like comparing the best road legal sports car with the best track race car.
Just wondering, how much space do the PS3 games actually use? Do they really take advantage of the Blueray's space for the game itself or is it like the movie crap where there's all sorts of "extras" which just take away from a better movie/game? Most 360 games run between 6 and 8 GB. PS3?
Reason I ask is I don't really see software companies spending the manhours to develop a 30GB game when they aren't going to get paid for more than when they made a 6GB disk. Not yet at least. The market just isn't ready for $100 console games, especially what with most games being less than 15 hours to completion. THAT they are so short really honks me off when games used to be 3 times that length at least. But I guess that was in the heyday of PC games not consoles.
Personally, I like the 360 games and don't care enough for the "style" of games on a PS3 to drop that much money on a "might" like the games.
I'll stick with PC gaming as my primary and 360 as secondary.