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Xbox Live is “more juvenile” than PSN

Submitted by on Wednesday, 27 January 20106 Comments

In what we consider to be a bold (or crazy) move, Ben Jones of Zipper Interactive has made the comment that he thinks the crowd on Xbox Live are more juvenile than those who frequent the PSN.

Is there any substance to his statement, or is this just a clever way to get people talking about Zipper Interactive’s latest game – MAG?

I think it’s fair to say that we have all come across a bit of bad behaviour when playing online.  Some people relish the banter, while others will simply stick to playing with friends only.

Ben Jones has made it clear which side of the fence he is on, and it’s mainly down to the bad things that are being said over Xbox Live.

He went on to comment further, saying;

“I actually consider Xbox Live the more juvenile of the two”

He then tried to dispel the stigma that nobody talks to each other when playing on PSN;

“I think the PlayStation audience definitely fits more to our game.

As we saw in the beta we’ve got an audience that’s willing to communicate and willing to organise and structure, and help other people to play the game.

That’s the most remarkable thing that I saw in the beta – random people helping other players along to try and familiarise themselves with this really cool experience.”

While Team Attitude admires your honesty Ben, we can only imagine the online flame wars that this is going to cause.

So what’s your opinion?  Do you use Live, PSN or both?  We would love to hear about your experiences.