Sony – please don’t punish good customers!
A few days ago I bought my second Playstation 3. Mostly for use as a media centre, but of course with the intent of using it for gaming as well. It’s nice having more than one room playstation-enabled.
However, even though I must be considered a sucker^H^H^H^H^H^Hgood loyal customer, I feel somewhat punished. Sony does allow me to re-download all the content I’ve bought online to my new PS3 as well (I believe the actual limit is five separate systems), but there seems to be no added benefit of having two PS3s on the same network. Not only aren’t they able to use eachother as media servers (my Mac is used for that), they’re not able to easily share any content whatsoever.
Like game saves. I must manually copy the newest game save onto a USB memory stick and then copy it back to the machine I currently want to use.
Sony. These are networked machines. They’re on the same local network. They’re both configured to use the same Playstation Network account.
See where I’m going with this?