As a long time Amazon Prime Member as well as a longer time owner of the Sony PS3, it infuriates me that Amazon does not seem interested in allowing customers to access their content via the PS3. I can rent/watch VuDu movies. I can (and do) subscribe to Netflix via the PS3 (I find myself watching as much Netflix content as I do gaming these days) and I can (though I don't see why I would) purchase or rent movies/TV shows via the Sony Playstation Store. Of course, I also purchase BluRays to watch on my PS3 (they look and sound fantastic on my Sony Bravia XBR/Yamaha/Infinity Kappa 7.1 Home Theater System).
Netflix, VuDu (Walmart) and Sony all seem to want my business in regards to my non-gaming entertainment. Why doesn't Amazon want to reward PS3/Amazon Prime Members the same way they do Xbox/Amazon Prime Members? Why the double-standard?
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