When Sony launched the PlayStation 3 in 2006, they did so from a place of power and arrogance. Their PS2 was the best selling console in the world, so they released a successor that was hard to develop for, un-imaginative in terms of features and more expensive than its competitors, expecting that gamers would buy it anyway.
After years of being outclassed and outsold by Nintendo and Microsoft, Sony has a lot to prove with the PlayStation 4 — and it shows. In an effort to reclaim the console gaming crown, Sony has created a system that is better than its predecessor in each and every way, though it’s not without a few hiccups. -