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Submitted by AlexMyDG 700d ago | opinion piece

Why is the Next Generation of Consoles Being Delayed?

TechPP: Let’s face it: the next generation of consoles is not already on the market because it’s intentionally delayed. Of course, they were projects built with great lifespan in mind but as much as manufacturers like to deny, technology has advanced far more rapidly than they have initially projected. Today, we are going to stretch these accusations as much as we can... (Next-Gen, Tag Invalid)

blue_flowers  +   701d ago
actually the Xbox 360 is 7.5 years old going on 8. 8 years in terms of technology is actually a pretty long time. the playstation 2 was highly successful and was launched in 2000 and was supported by Sony until 2009 and some games still came out in 2011 for the console. so even though a console like the playstation 2 managed 8/9 years, that is far to long for a console. its time to release the new consoles already.
AlexMyDG  +   701d ago
My point exactly. I mean, look at a brand new game which releases for both consoles and PC machine alike. Developers strive to keep programming quality at low so there won't be differences between the three platforms.
They could be more creative with brand new consoles...

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