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Submitted by Tyrus_91 892d ago | opinion piece

The ideal launch titles for the Playstation 4

MMGN.com: "Way back in 2006-2007, the Playstation 3 didn't have the greatest launch titles. It's clear standout, Resistance: Fall of Man, was an above average shooter which only really took off with its sequels. The lack of other killer titles and a ridiculous launch price of around $1000 AUD is what drove me away from the PS3 initially, so I'd like to see Sony step it up, use their great exclusive franchises and get us the good stuff on day one."

Here is my ideal launch line-up for the PS4 -- a mixture of exclusives and long-awaited third-party titles -- which I acknowledge probably won't happen, but who knows? They've surprised us before." (Beyond Good & Evil 2, Beyond: Two Souls, Final Fantasy XV, Killzone 4, LittleBigPlanet 3, PS4, The Last Guardian, Watch Dogs)

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