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The Last Remnant Getting Xbox 360 Release First, True Simultaneous Release

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Upcoming Square Enix RPG The Last Remnant will be getting an Xbox 360 release before the PS3 one. The game was first announced in 2007, and Square Enix touted the fact that it would be getting a simultaneous PS3/Xbox 360 release in both Japan and North America this winter with Europe following later. Now, it looks like it will get a simultaneous Xbox 360 release and a PS3 one later. And get this, Square Enix now says the game will launch in Japan, North America and Europe at the same time this winter — on the Xbox 360.

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TheSadClown
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@teeps1981: First of all, your second to last post really makes it hard to not look at you as more than a bit of a fanboy.

Secondly, if there's no research, no articles, no hard evidence to refute any claims made in any article I've read - how can my research be flawed? It is what it is, and for better or worse, is the product of what are otherwise considered "reliable sources of gaming news" when they're not touching upon such hot topics.

I'm sure given enough time I could come up with a list of links as long as my arm pertaining to the 360's hardware failures, but what's the point if you're going to write all of it off as groundless speculation.

Once again, the hardware flaws exist and every article collected has pegged it at roughly 30% for older consoles and at +/-10% for newer ones. I realize that the numbers they have to go on aren't 100% accurate, but there's no possible way they ever could be. But the articles themselves are reasonable enough, and coupled with any personal anecdotal evidence and the claims of people I actually trust it's safe to assume that the problem is bad. Bad enough for Microsoft to commit a fuck ton of money to resolving it (which was obviously not a charitable maneuver on their part).

In essence what you're telling me is that since I can't prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the numbers are as high as any article claims, that I should simply stick my head in the sand and assume the problem isn't there at all.