Well,it was seeming like Warner Bros.' swing to Blu-ray exclusivity was going to be a big boost for Sony and the ever-increasing number of HDTV-owning gamers. Unfortunately for them, it's seeming like that benefit just got swiped, with the announcement that Microsoft is capable of making a Blu-ray add-on for the Xbox 360 if the market demands it, they claimed to Reuters. However, they still maintain that they will be heavily supporting the HD-DVD format. For more CES developments, and other Xbox 360 and PS3 news, stay with Mygamer.com.
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