- The removal of support for installing & running a LINUX OS. Yellow Dog LINUX was a great piece of OS.
- The fallacy that PS2 backward compatibility ended up being. With that said, if this had not turned out the way it did, would we have seen such great HD remastered re-releases like Ico Collection, God Of War Collection, Prince of Persia Collection, etc??
- No cross game voice chat. This is my biggest PS3 disappointment.
The movement from a lighting fast, build in PSN Store to a buggy, slow PS Store App. The store app keeps getting better so I hope it gets lightning fast sooner than later.
Wait so if u use cloud storage u can never go back to normal??? **bleep**?
You absolutely can go back (I do it all the time swapping between work and home consoles). I'm trying to understand that complaint, too. the rest I can understand, even if I may not agree. That cloud one, though, I don't get.
Ex-PlayStation Network Senior Community Manager
Sony Interactive Entertainment America
I would have to say my biggest disappointment would have to be the YLOD (My first PS3 went out on me after just 4 years). I have the slim PS3 now which I've had for a while and I really like it. My second disappointment would have to be the ram. The PS3 should have had 1GB of ram. Sony messed up big time on that one. Other than that the PS3 has been a really good system and I am really looking forward to The Last of Us and Beyond: Twin Souls.