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Submitted by -Mezzo- 576d ago | opinion piece

What Sony Can Learn From PS3's Launch

Game Informer - With the PlayStation 4 on the horizon, it’s easy to be reminded of previous console launches. PlayStation 3 launched on November 11, 2006, and while it wasn’t a train-wreck, it certainly had its issues. When excited gamers bring their PlayStation 4 consoles home for the first time, we hope for their sake that Sony has learned from their mistakes from last generation. (PS3, PS4)

Yodagamer  +   576d ago
So far it sounds like they have, the architecture sounds like it there for devs. The Online sounds like it will be more social, so it will probably compete with xbox live very favorably. Price might be a factor when it comes too the ps4, but i doubt sony would try to pull a ps3 price point again.
WarThunder  +   576d ago
gameinformer.com STFU with these useless articles... U don't know nothing.

"what do they learn, what do we expect"
cedaridge  +   576d ago
They already have learned. PS4 is REALITY now not myth!
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