Me too. That being, I wonder why you waste so much time writting bs. Either your xbox plays ps3 discs fine or you are just trolling. Either way, I bet you are not really spanish. As for ridiculing darwin, I agree, he hadn't got an answer, only an unproven theory, just like religion.
As for you dislike for the disabled, you are on your own there. Not all disabilities are as obvious as yours.
Mostu van berfen h'og voh moshu dan sangla'h vos munchen, jeh?
okay, this is how it works, and I know this FOR SURE. Xbox 360 games come on normal DVDs, and PS3 games come on blu ray DVDs. They are not compatible with each other (they only work with the corresponding console). As for why DVD players & blu ray players cannot play these games, it's obvious. The players don't have the ability to read & interpret the game code that makes the game. Eg, if you have an Xbox 360 disc and u put it into a DVD player or blu ray player, you will see a message saying something like blah ... blah ... blah, please insert this disc into an Xbox 360 console. There you have it.
Well, I for one must say how your literary skills have declined since Huckleberry Finn. You have pointed out what happens, rather than why it happens. The question is why rather than what. As for DVD's and Blue Rays, they are the same size, so how does that work?
Don't be so hard on yourself, I have seen worse one's than yours. Xbox software may only work on xboxes, I am on about the xbox 360. The old xbox live recently closed down, so thats why they probably don't work. PSP's are held in the hand, and not sat on a shelf or similar like an xbox 360. Thinking about it now, maybe yours is the most ridiculous post ever.
Whereas that is a plausible answer, owing to the laser colors being different, ie one red and one blue, these are only spectral differences to our perception. The actual colors are exactly the same so I don't think that the lasers being different can be the reason. Good stab though Ian.
but they are different they have different wave lengths the one in the blue laser is shorter, so the disk is able to hold more on it as the laser can read more of the disk. and to your original question xbox disks dont work on a ps3 because they are coded for the xbox not the ps3
The wave length is immaterial. Just because a laser is closer to the disc doesn't make it hold more, it may speed up reading a fraction, but that is all. The games are the same on xbox and PS3, I have played both versions of the same game on both machine types and have seen each others discs working in the others machines. DVD's and blue ray discs are the same size too.