How many times can you tease Sony about the state of the PS3 before you become bored? The news that Bethesda won’t be developing DLC for the PS3 version of Fallout 3 has prompted me to ask this Very Important question.
So, Bethesda told MTV Multiplayer the other day, when the rest of us were too busy contemplating the post-Microsoft world, that it wasn’t considering PS3 DLC. Then, Silicon Alley Insider, predictably, used the opportunity to do one of its famous, “Wow, look how poor Sony is doing” posts. I mean, we get; Sony has seen better days. What good does writing the same story over and over again do?
Am I supposed to believe that developers are simply going to stop developing for the PS3, when development costs an arm and a leg? “You know, developing This Game cost a whole heck of a lot of money, but let’s not release it for the PS3 (and help recoup some of that cost) because we’re partisan.” I mean, really!