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  • Kutaragi Watch: Xbox 360 fails at life

    Posted on June 14th, 2005 Finster 1 comment

    I’ve decided to start a new feature. I call it:


    Kutaragi Watch

    Kutaragi is like the Steve Ballmer of Sony. Therefore, this should be a lot of fun for me. You may or may not have fun watching, but I don’t really care.

    I saw this on, and Kutaragi explains why the Xbox 360 will fail.

    The current Xbox will become antiquated once the new machine comes out this November. When that happens, the Xbox will be killing itself. The only way to avoid that is to support 100 percent compatibility from its [Xbox 360’s] launch date, but Microsoft won’t be able to commit to that. It’s technically difficult.

    Well, of course it’s difficult, halfwit. And I’ll expect to see 100% backwards compatibility when the PS3 comes out. Because the PS2 had it, so why not the PS3? Oh wait… That’s right! The PS2 didn’t have 100% backwards compatibility.

    Kutaragi also gives away the secret to the PS3’s 100% backwards compatibility.

    It will be done through a combination of hardware and software. We can do it with software alone, but it’s important to make it as close to perfect as possible.

    Uh… well… gee… that clears things right up. No WONDER the PS3 is so perfect, it uses a combination of hardware AND software. Ingenious.

    That’s today’s Kutaragi watch, if you would like to submit something you saw to Kutaragi Watch just send email to

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