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Nick'll put water in your guns, do it all for fun
Humbled by the outpouring of passionate PlayStation fans and their willingness to talk to us directly. Please know that we hear you. <3
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Carl 27 May 13
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Fans <3 you :)
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Jay Trammel 27 May 13
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yes we do love you guys just please do the right thing :)
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Sameer Monier 27 May 13
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. Thank you, we have been with Sony for many many years now, & we want more, Do it right :)
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Sal 27 May 13
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Sony will do the right thing <3
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Dougie 27 May 13
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that's ask we ask, and much more than the competition is doing.
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Stefan Stefanovic 27 May 13
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no need to feel humbled just talk to whomever you can about and urge them to give us a clear answer, please
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Leonardo Alves 27 May 13
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Thanks for hearing us. We are desperate with the Xbox One and its shits about Visual DRM (Kinect), Block Used Games and bullshits
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Diogo Cartaxo 27 May 13
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That's why we love playstation. We can be heard :)
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Rex Mage 27 May 13
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uhh thanks?
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christopher 27 May 13
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The choice of buying a game brand new should be left up to the consumer. Some new games aren't worth $70
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Luca 29 May 13
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Luca 29 May 13
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ギンヌメール (Blazr) 1 Jun 13
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You're such a dear friend, Good Sire :)
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Nick'll put water in your guns, do it all for fun 1 Jun 13
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Thanks for the kind words! We do our very best for you guys, so it's great to see the good vibes. PS4's going to be epic!
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seamonkey420 3 Jun 13
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Sony can outsell the XBOX One by NOT implementing a used game sales plan and leave things as they are. or lower games prices to $40
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