Here's why we need to leave the past console generation behind

GameZone: "While logically, it makes sense to sell games on platforms that millions upon millions of people are still enjoying, it's time to embrace the generation at hand. It's not like these consoles are gathering dust; the PS4 has sold over 10 million units and the Xbox One over 5 million. That latter number should grow when games like Forza Horizon 2, Sunset Overdrive, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection release later this year. Plus, what helps consoles sell? Games."

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Hk85karlsson1447d ago

I think the PS4 will grow in sales when its exclusives will drop too.
Logic thinking applies on both consoles.
Sadly, Sony had the "luck" on being what it always had been and MS wanted to change, a bit too much. And that´s why it only has 5 mill sold (to stores/consumers)

bjshepp1447d ago (Edited 1447d ago )

"The combination of remasters and games releasing on both generations has been staggering thus far. This isn't something we saw with regularly when the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 launched."

That's because the older PS3 models were backwards compatible, so developers didn't have to worry about remastering old games or developing simultaneously between console generations.

PS2 games were still released well after the PS3 and 360 consoles launch. This nothing new. It's like this at the start of every new generation.