Neoseeker : News : Portal 2 PS3 supports cross-platform chat and play with Steam users
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Shadow of Death Jan 18, 11
The heck?

Well, this is a bit funny, the PS3 version > PC version by default since the PS3 version will unlock the PC version for you as well XD

Though I'm sure the PS3 version costs like $20 more >_> I bet if you waited a while and picked it up for like $30 used, it would be totally worth the money. Unless it comes with a code system where you need a unique code in order to link the game.

Yeah, that's probably it (because otherwise you could just rent the danged game and link it that way, getting the PC version for like $10).
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Reenee Jan 18, 11
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Well, this is a bit funny, the PS3 version > PC version by default since the PS3 version will unlock the PC version for you as well
Unless the PS3 version doesn't support keyboard and mice. Then it's a bit of a deal-breaker.

The PS3 version has an MSRP of $60, just like the 360 game. That's $10 more than the PC version.
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Gangsta692 Jan 18, 11
This is awesome. Instead of going all xbox as many others, Valve choose to focus on the PS3 and gives many advantages. Great job, I like Valve a bit more now.
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omnious Jan 18, 11
quote Gangsta692
This is awesome. Instead of going all xbox as many others, Valve choose to focus on the PS3 and gives many advantages. Great job, I like Valve a bit more now.
more you can do with it i guess
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Lorx Jan 18, 11
quote Gangsta692
This is awesome. Instead of going all xbox as many others, Valve choose to focus on the PS3 and gives many advantages. Great job, I like Valve a bit more now.
Possibly because Valve has a fight with Microsoft every time they want to release DLC. Microsoft wants it to cost money, Valve does not. A huge deal was made over L4D1/2 DLC between the two companies.

I'm loving this news, PS3 Mac PC online play all in one place will definitely be interesting. I'd hate to be anybody who is silly enough to get the 360 version
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