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The 4 Biggest Gaming Announcements of CES 2013

The annual CES concluded this Friday in Las Vegas. The CES, or consumer electronics show, is where companies from around the world bring their latest tech gadgets and gizmos to show the world. Even though the CES is mainly focused on tech, there were a large amount of gaming related announcements. We created a list of 4 of the biggest gaming announcements of CES 2013.

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Godchild10201290d ago

Until the price of the technology of those Items go down, they are not as big of announcements they could have been if the price was lower. Then again you pay a higher price to get access to it early, right.

brish1290d ago

What is the point of having a 4k tv without any 4k movies, or 4k games?

I've heard the ps4 (or what ever it's going to be called) will have most of it's games running at 1080p. Blu-ray movies are 1080p.

Why buy a more expensive TV when there is no content that can take advantage of it?!

Godchild10201290d ago

" The only problem is that there is not a lot of 4K content available. Sony’s solution is to launch their own 4K video distribution service"

JBSleek1290d ago

Besides 4k which isn't really gaming technology all of this is cool but we gotta see. Price is always major factor.

Conzul1290d ago (Edited 1290d ago )

It seems though that Sony will heavily push 4k in the next generation, just as it pushed BluRay in the last.

Will it win though? Hope so. I'll be availing myself of a 84" in 3-4 years when the price drops. Till then, my 42" 1080p will do just fine.

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