Google's Phil Harrison discusses the company's approach to releasing Google amidst the ongoing competition between gaming consoles.
I am glad Google is here not compete but to grow the industry. It doesn't have to be competition all the time. Success is about doing your own business, finding your niche. When PlayStation came it did not compete with Nintendo and Sega's market. It made games for its own target market - games for 19 and up. It succeeded on its own terms, it own goals, its own ambition, and its own vision. And now on its 29th year so far they have been doing great on that. Stadia and PlayStation will coexist with both lifting each others boats. Mobile gaming pros and cons were great advertisement for PS4 on how to do gaming right. Stadia will do the same for PS5.It willnpromote and raise awareness to the champion king of gaming.
What world were you living in? Here on Earth Sony absolutely did directly compete with Sega and Nintendo. Sega especially had it's market share eaten alive by Sony, both the Saturn and the Dreamcast probably would have done quite well (or at least survived) if not for the direct competition from the PS1 and PS2.
He should have researched that before making his comment. He looks like he was trying to create his own reality.
My god, how do you even exist? How is it even possible to be this deluded?
Whoa! Easy on the anger, bro. I can feel your hate. So much hate. Just don't dmget a heart attack, okay? BTW Sega of Japan was its own undoing.
SONY Killed sega and nintendo is the reason ps exist.
SEGA killed SEGA. You're mostly right about Nintendo but it's less known Sony & SEGA nearly went all in together for the Saturn.
If they do they're insane.
I understand where they are trying to go with this. But I can't shake the feeling that we've been here before with one of these streaming only consoles. And if I recall correctly, it did not work out.
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