Yeah you'd have to prove you've had a PS3 for 4 years firstOriginally Posted by Wii&Ps3
I played a few dvds on my PS2, but after learning and reading I quit. Not a few months later I had to co-workers that wanted me to replace the laser's in their PS2s. They said they watched a lot of movies on it. That is also why ps2 lasers are readily available. It's rare to see a gamecube laser fail, if it does its mostly attributed to leaving the console on overnight, definitely not due to playing movies
Many XBOX lasers have failed too and most people I know that had their's fail played movies on them quite often. It's an unnecessary strain on the laser. There were few units with really good lasers though. Lots of v7 ps2's had excellent lasers. But generally the system's lasers were hit or miss.
Also in regards to your last post, I know 3 people with PS3s, and for some reason 2 of the units wouldn't play any games, but would load blu-ray movies just fine.