One would expect the developer behind a PS3 exclusive with an enormous online component to talk up the PlayStation Network. Ben Jones of Zipper Interactive went a smidge further, calling Xbox Live the "more juvenile" of the two services.
Jones, speaking to GamerZines at an event in London, praised PSNers for being more willing to communicate and organise to achieve a goal. Xbox Live players, he said, are a bit less sophisticated.
"I actually consider Xbox Live the more juvenile of the two," he said, on account of "the things that are being said over Xbox Live."
As for cooperative gaming on PSN, Jones says he saw it at its best during the MAG betas over the past few months. "We've got an audience that's willing to communicate and willing to organise and structure, and help other people to play the game," he said. "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."
Zipper: Xbox Live 'More Juvenile' than PSN [Gamerzines]