Sony Fixes Backward Compatibility Problem
January 24, 2007
I've had my fair share of (well deserved) complaints about how Sony has handled the development and launch of the PlayStation 3, so it's like a breath of fresh air to be able to compliment the company for actually fixing a problem that its customers have been complaining about. The latest firmware update for the PS3 takes care of that nasty little backward compatibility problem in which PS2 games looked rather blurry and unattractive when played on the new console. I really don't have much else to say about this, as I mainly just wanted to say something positive about the company's handling of the PS3 after months of disdain. So, once again: good work, Sony. Keep it up.