GamingUnion.net: "Like it or not, up until now no one has really cared about what the 'future of gaming' would really mean. Developers believed that it would be amazing graphics, realistic gameplay, detailed and believable plots or worlds of fantasy with fine details previously unattainable, interactive in every imaginable way. Publishers pictured gamers flooding to stores to purchase these rare gems, but had no idea exactly how these sales were going to be governed. What type of person is a gamer? How much money do they have? How much are they willing to spend? These were the questions that Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony were forced to find answers for before they even fully grasped what the implications were. Unfortunately Sony backed the wrong horse."