#11 8 years ago
PhasmatisApparatus;5301307Interestingly, one of the main reasons consoles are used is the business model of the companies that make them. Sony and Microsoft currently lose money on each game console sold, but they make the money back in licensing fees for game developers. So, game hardware is typically cost effective when it's new. However, there's no way a PS2 is worth $100 or even $50 nowadays, even though that is what people are willing to pay to play PS2 games.
That could be one reason Sony ended support for the OtherOS feature.
Also, check this out:
Not debating WND, I just found the article interesting.
Wonder if its possible to do a diskless cluster with the PS2?
#12 8 years ago