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With judicial budgeting and bonus gift cards as well as christmas money from both sets of parents, we were not only able to get a new PS3, we were able to get a new PS3 twice the size of the old ( the old was 160gigs, the new is 320gigs) AND we were able to get the combo package that had the Playstation Move system in it as well. And it came with a game. And we have enough money leftover for another Move controller and another game we'd both been wanting.

But the BIGGEST happiness is the fact we were able to successfully transfer all of our information off the old PS3 and onto the new PS3. With the exception of losing a theme that was somehow corrupted, that we can't even remember what it was- that's how often we change the themes on our profiles, heh- everything appears to be there.

I was even able to get in Assassin's Creed:Revelations and play for a few minutes. Heh. Just long enough to be sure that my exclusive content did transfer over as well.

I've decided that I'm going to start Revelations over from the beginning as well. Why? Because I can.}:P

But first, my new copy of Alamut by Vladimir Bartol, and the book Assassin's Creed is based upon, arrived today, so I'll be over in my corner reading...

Comments

Is your old system still playable? What are your plans for it? How much would you be willing to sell it for?
Yes and no- it does NOT play discs anymore. But you can buy games through the Playstation Network Store and have them installed to the hard drive and play it that way.

It's not worth fixing, and was cheaper to buy brandnew, especially since we paid $50 more for a 320gig AND the Move, and the 160gig was 300.00 4 years ago.

As far as selling to you, I'd have to talk that over with Mark. If we did, you'd have to buy new controllers for it.
Ok, I know they arn't cheap that's why we don't own a system.....

Dad has one doesn't he? I know he has/had a xbox....

Dad has an Xbox and an Xbox360 now. He actually had TWO Xboxes, but he gave one to the kids.