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Gamescom 2012: Sony Unscrews Themselves

Jordan Lund evaluates Sony's performance at Gamescom 2012 during their press conference.

Excerpt: "This is what Sony should have shown at E3 – not just the games, but the integration. Making it seem as though the PS3/Vita/Move/Wonderbook/PSN and so on is all part of a single ecosystem, multiple entry points into the same gaming system."

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Relientk771927d ago

Sony's conference was awesome, a lot of fantastic reveals and announcements

Morrigan-Aensland1927d ago (Edited 1927d ago )

Sony was never screwed and was only seen that way by imbeciles. There is a time and place for most things and Sony has to spread out announcements for different video game shows. Notice how Nintendo and Microsoft didn't have anything to announce or show? Im quite sure Sony will have another show at tgs to announce new things.

Sony is the best video gaming company because of a lot of quality software and hardware. Only idiots who are in the know would dispute that when they know about the video game world.

JonahFalcon1927d ago

If you think that, you're crazy. Sony got TORN APART for their E3 2012 conference.

jordanlund1927d ago

At E3 Sony gave the impression that they had given up on the Vita before it even had a chance to get started. There's a reason it's selling less than 50k per month and it's not the fault of the hardware or the software.

MysticStrummer1927d ago (Edited 1927d ago )

@JonahFalcon - No. Only idiot fanboys tore Sony apart for their E3 conference. Most in the industry thought Sony's presentation was the best of the big 3. Perfect? No, but still better than MS and N.

O_O1927d ago

COD looked terrible.
Killzone looked incredible.

Sanquine901927d ago

Tear away blew both away!

Protagonist1927d ago

(Sony's conference was awesome, a lot of fantastic reveals and announcements )

Indeed!

Qrphe1927d ago

Wonderbook doesn't seem so bad anymore to be honest. I honestly thought it was just some interface exclusive for Book of Spells but seeing all these other games really segregates them away from the titles we actually want.

In conclusion, Sony can do whatever they want for casuals as long as they keep on making games for the rest of us (which they have as proven).