See, the Big M's Aaron Greenberg has come out all guns blazing this morning, telling Kotaku that Home, "...feels like 2005 tech in 2008." Warming to his theme he goes on to say that he think there's a "huge gap" between Home and Xbox Live and that he won't be dropping the price of Live any time soon, apparently because punters like, "to pay for the premium experience."
And just to make clear what he really thinks, Greenberg adds, "When they unveiled it, it seemed innovative. I think what's happened is now here we are a couple of years later and we feel beyond that."
Microsoft was never going to big up Sony's service, but the strength of the comments is surprising. Having taken the best part of two years to get the service live, questions still remain over how successful PlayStation Home can be.
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