I think they must've gotten a bad copy.
Of course, I can recall my PS2 aborting movie playback at certain intervals of certain movies (you could always go to the exact same spot and it'd crash again). These titles played flawlessly in my standalone, but my PS2 was in the other room at the time, and it was good to use that TV for movie watching, so I figured I'd exhange one of the movies I bought from wally world for the same title, and proceeded home to immediately find one of the "glitch spots". Wouldn't you know it, the whole movie played back flawlessly!
What many people either don't understand or just overlook is that when optical media (the discs we play) is manufactured, it is molded. This process may be the most efficient for creating replicas, but it's not a process that is without error. Because of how molding works, there's also an error margin (meaning that a perfect replica isn't necessary to achieve 100% functionality of a product).
I'm suprised they're even saying this, considering how long Casino Royale's been out and nobody else has complained, yet PS3 was the most integrated player when CR hit the market (so of course they would've tested it).
This post has been edited by HotKnife420: Mar 27 2008, 04:33 PM