If you can’t quite figure out how to set up your PS3 (parental controls, firmware updates, etc.), you could: read the instruction manual, ask a friend, search online, or pay the Geek Squad $129.99 for their convenient in-home service.

[via Kotaku]

If you can’t quite figure out how to set up your PS3 (parental controls, firmware updates, etc.), you could: read the instruction manual, ask a friend, search online, or pay the Geek Squad $129.99 for their convenient in-home service.

[via Kotaku]