Right, but didn't you missed the point? The PS3 isn't worth the price b/c games/software are what spearheads a popular console, not hardware. We have yet to see extraordinary titles that take advantage of today's hardware capabilities. The two worlds of software/hardware are markets of different tastes and attitudes. Gaming development is the combined effort of artificial intelligence, theatrical storylines, physics, etc. Hardware seems to be much more simple than creating a mind, a plot and a world. Yes, we are capable of producing better games - the problem comes when the industry doesn't create the right incentive for the proliferation of independent development.
SlinkySausage writes "Five years, three months and five days after Windows XP made its debut, Microsoft will usher its next-generation OS onto the stage. Microsoft has set November 30 as the release date for Vista (and Office 2007) to business customers and January 30, 2007 as the date for the official launch to consumers and The World At Large."