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This is PlayStation 4’s Most Important E3

CGM Writes:Ever since Sony announced the PlayStation 4 console in February 2013, it has been smooth sailing for the company. The system has been a tour de force these past two years, easily outselling its competition, and putting Sony on top once again after what was a complete meltdown, and a tumultuous couple of years with PlayStation 3. However, what is most staggering with the company’s latest console is that it’s been flying off the shelves without really offering a “killer app”: A first-party exclusive that showcases exactly why people need to own the system and, say, skip Microsoft’s Xbox One entirely. But this simply won’t last, and this drought that Sony’s first-party ecosystem has been experiencing might just finally cause PS4’s downfall if things don’t change.

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davemyrose92896d ago

I agree, I'm def more of a Sony fan than Nintendo and Microsoft, Sony gotta announce some heavy hitters this e3, not just more remasters, I have a feeling tho last guardian will be shown, I have high hopes for Sony they won't dissapoint, as like as they announce new games and chyll a bit on the indies IMO

VVgamer4lifeVV896d ago

I don't agree with the title, PS4's most important E3 was E3 2013. When MS xbox one had a terrible presentation talking about kinect, DRM, and the all in one entertainment system xbox one.

Sony took advantage and saw the opportunity to come out strong while MS was struggling with their PR.

And because of this PS4 has out sold the xbox one globally and regionally.

This year Sony PS4 really don't have to make that much of an impression, on the other hand MS needs to come out stronger than last years E3.

WickedLester896d ago (Edited 896d ago )

I don't agree with much of the hyperboilic language such as...

"this drought that Sony’s first-party ecosystem has been experiencing might just finally cause PS4’s downfall if things don’t change."

However I do agree that it's time for Sony to lift the lid off of what their 1st party developers are working on. It's been long enough and Sony needs to use this E3 to sort of calm everyone's nerves a little bit.