Ex-Sony employee talks about his excitement about the upcoming PS4 launch.
What awful grammar! "Ex" sounds so unprofessional. It should say "former".
I agree with the title, there's a whiff of the PS2 glory days in the air.
i want to see sony successful this gen. im not biased and im switching to sony this gen with simple logic. and im glad theyre charging for psn this gen because the company does need to turn a profit. it benefits me to pay them. and its good bang for your buck ya know
I'm guessing you and your "former" didn't get along so well :P
Good call. Changed :)
I would've commented in the report section however it was also stated that way in the article. It looks much better
Did PSU just change their a mistake because of N4G? You did something today, N4G. Something that went all the way to the real world.
We did change because of that comment. He was right. Hands-up. We always read the comments and take on board feedback to improve.
SONY is back to the PS1 roots, and thats a good thing.
I hope so because if that is the case I shall enjoy the rpg onslaught they will rain on me. An hopefully they get the DLNA and MP3 thing worked out an will be golden.
They're far and beyond the PS1 roots, I would say.
yep the golden age of the ps2 is back
@ the person going around disagreeing with all the comments about sony being back on form, are you against sony finding its way back to what it once was?? or you are just hating. i am glad Sony is back on form hopefully this means another 7 years of great gaming.
Maybe he's just disagreeing? I mean, seeing how he's disagreeing.
I'm not usually one to comment on a Sony article, but the future of PS4 definitely looks to be more of the same. In fact with all of the propaganda from Sony's side, it feels very similar to the PS2 vs Dreamcast war, and that time sucked. Microsoft has been getting hammered by journalism for a system that hasn't even hit the. market yet. With the promise of dedicated servers for multiplayer gaming and a device that opens infinite possibilities past the traditional controls of gaming and services I'd expect similar articles about why the Xbox One is heading in the right direction. I don't care about bubbles, I'm just making a point. Peace not war.
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