“More reason to buy a PS3 than the 360,” says analyst

By Mike, Monday, 14 July 2008 09:00 GMT

According to this Bloomberg article, Signal Hill analyst Todd Greenwald reckons PS3 is now worth buying over a 360.

“For the first time since the console launched, I really think there’s more reason to buy a PS3 than the 360,” he said, unfortunately failing to quantify why.

“This race is far from over and we are confident that we have a winning strategy,” retorted Microsoft spokesman David Dennis said in an e-mailed statement.

More through the link, including news background of Microsoft and Sony’s lead in to E3.

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