Microsoft went first. I think this sums it up.
It is hard to come to a conclusion besides “Total Victory for Sony” at E3.
The PlayStation 4 will:
- have a base price of $399, $100 less than the Xbone
- support used/traded/rented games
- not require an internet connection to play
- not have that creepy always on Kinnect watching your every move
I am not in the market for a next generation console, but if I were I know which way I would be leaning.
Still, it is only June and the PlayStation 4 isn’t due out until the holiday season. There is still time for Sony to follow its tradition of screwing something up with each console launch.
Meanwhile, I thought I heard somebody mention something called a “we-you” or some such. It was hard to tell with Shigeru Miyamoto sobbing in the corner.