Developers crush PS3 rumors of console being "broken"

You probably definitely caught wind of the article that ran over at The Inquirer that Joystiq reported on earlier. Well, some key developers creating games for the system that you'll soon be playing have stepped up to the podium and have declared it bogus. Some developers, which for some reason do not provide their names, have told gameindustry.biz that the figures are nothing to worry about.

"I didn't see that slide at Devstation, but all the numbers add up," one coder said, "and it's a total non-issue. You never, ever need to access that memory from the Cell - I can think of some useful debugging things you might do with that access in the testing stage, but that's about it. In fact, on the PS2 you couldn't access that memory from the CPU at all, and it was never really a problem!"

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