Sony Exclusives: The PlayStation 4’s (Early) Trump Card

It’s safe to say that, for the most part, Sony succeeded with its eagerly awaited announcement of PlayStation 4. With approximately 1,200 invited guests in attendance at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom, Sony held sway over the room for over two hours, showing feature after feature of its new console. But the features didn’t fully steal the show, nor occupy a majority of the time Sony spent with the press. No, the games did.

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mochachino1914d ago (Edited 1914d ago )

PS4 can launch with some good exclusives. No way MS is launching will Halo, and if they did, what would be next.

MS spent 500 mill advertising Kinect, they should have bought Bioware and kept/grew Bungie. But they rather chain Bungie to only making Halo games and let the EA pick up Bioware a year and a half before.

MS took the Nintendo pill and is going down the tubes chasing casuals, when iPhone/Android/Tablets/Faceboo k already have them and gives games away for free.

It funny too, because they're more core gamers than casuals - the combined sales of PS3 and 360 far exceed Wii. Plus there's PC.

JackAndJizz1914d ago

Killzone 4 or kinect 4 hmmmm?