"Gamer-rider.com writes-- So the lesson of the day? From a historical standpoint, no gaming company has been able to stay the course when going up against Sony and its PlayStation brand. Those who've tried have either been forced to go after a totally different market (Wii and Xbox 360 Kinect) or faced the prospect of becoming irrelevant in the market (N64, GameCube, Sega Saturn and Dreamcast). With the announcement of the PS4, it's pretty clear that Sony is revving the PlayStation brand's engine and firing on all cylinders. Something that Microsoft would have been expecting, thus why I kind of understand why Microsoft's Senior vice-president of their Interactive Entertainment Business said that they're changing their focus "from a gaming console, to an entertainment console." Though something tells me that might just another way of throwing in the towel and leaving to Caesar what is Caesar's. As we speak, Xbox 360 fell behind the PS3 worldwide even after a full year head start and while maintaining a price advantage for the entire generation as well. Meanwhile Sony is still pumping out games for the PS3 including new IPs such as The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls, while being the number one device used in the world for other things like Netflix."