http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=6294 Apparently, it's not as bad as people thought! If they had told us that in the first place, people wouldn't have gotten the wrong impressions. I like reading forums and listen to people chant about things that aren't even true. For example, did Sony ever promise us that the PS3 would have 100% compatibility rate? No they didn't. And people automatically assume that if they say backwards compatibility, it should be 100%. Besides, Sony DID state several months ago that they would be doing PS2 games in emulation, not hardware based. The software just wasn't ready in time for it. Here's proof: http://ps3.ign.com/articles/711/711242p1.html Does anyone remember reading that? I sure as hell did.