I know Sony can't forget about the Playstation 2 it was there before your so called perfect creation the PS3. I believe you guys should make Sly Cooper Thieves in Time for the PS2. If yall can't put all your graphics and features into the PS2 then yall need to start working on it. That's how I feel. I don't have the money to buy a PS3 for one game, but I have a love for the Sly Cooper series its a great series and it started on the PS2. I played it from the very beginning and I would like to finish it with Thieves in Time without having to buy a new game station. So I ask you to bring Sly Cooper Thieves in Time to the PS2.
No offense intended yohman44, but why don't you buy a PS3 for the other games that are avalible in its library, not just Sly Cooper 4. I also resent your sarcasm directed towards the 'oh so perfect' PS3. The PS3 is the new console, the PS2 has stopped being supported. New games bring new life and new ideas to the industry and the games world and I feel that there are a lot of PS3 games that carry the torch of Playstation well, especially the Ratchet and Clank Future games.
Basically my question is this: What do you have against the PS3 and the other games on it?
Game Design Graduate - UCS class of 2012.
Waiting for: Sly Cooper 4, R&C: Q-Force, Sim City, Tomb Raider, Watch Dogs
Wow, and the PS4 is likely to come soon within the next year...you're going to be behind.
I thought the same dude, except for R&C. I finally got a PS3 last Christmas and I love it. Only a handful of games but it's worth it. I'd expect the price to drop within the next few months if the PS4 releases next year.
This is how I felt when I heard about Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction. But my PS2 got robbed so we got a PS3 anyways. I wanted Ratchet and Clank ToD to be for the PS2 also, but what everyone else is saying is true. If I put ToD in a PS2 and it tried to play it, it would blow up. Same for Sly 4. And you could always get a PSVita. It is cheap(more cheap than a PS3), portable, and it plays Sly 4 and still has the greasy sweet graphics.