Why the PSN is better than Xbox Live
In our humble opinion, the PlayStation 3 is superior to the Xbox 360 in every way that matters*. From the [[artnid:203866|reliability of its hardware]] to the [[xref:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:PlayStation_3-only_games|quality of exclusives]], it has consistently flogged Microsoft's ailing console from day one. (We're not even going to get into the whole [[artnid:316593|Blu-ray advantage]] – some arguments are just too easy.)
However, according to urban myth, the PS3 has a serious chink in its armour, AKA online gaming. The PlayStation Network simply can't compete with the user-friendliness and versatility of Xbox Live -- or so the MS fanboys would have you believe.
While it's true that the PSN took a while to hit its stride, the service is now every bit as good as its Xbox 360 counterpart. In fact, we're going to go out on a limb and declare it even better.
In no particular order, here are 10 reasons why the PSN trumps Xbox Live. In your hearts, you know this to be true.
* We reserve the right to change our mind in five minutes' time -- yes, we're being provocative.
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