PS4 is Sony’s last stand, and it’s wasting it on a tired strategy that ignores how the gamer is changing - http://tcrn.ch/11Wcwo3
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- I understand that I don't have to use but they are making it a big part of the system and integrated into the os so it will be there in your face always unlike the ps3 in which its an afterthought.Feb 20, 2013
- Played my PS1 a lot, PS2 not so much (liked my Xbox & Dreamcast better), and my PS3 is only used for BluRays (I like my 360 way better... don't even own a single PS3 disc). That downhill trajectory tells me I won't even bother with a PS4.Feb 21, 2013
- Why should I buy a PS4 when they stole a feature of the ps3 from me. No more sony for me.Feb 21, 2013
- i completely disagree with the article, seriously you think the kinect is better then the move? having nothing in one's hands sometimes is worse than having a physical controller, and then the person who sees only sculptures and not beyond and past it really fails to see it in the long term, to me it's all a question of fine tuning and really letting imagination flow into the possible applications of both the kinect and the p.move. integration with internet tv at a develper conference is somewhat misleading also, i would have said that sort of things during E3 or CES. this article is just hitting ps4 too hard. i would wait a little more before starting to judge so surelyFeb 21, 2013
- It's neither a "big part" nor "in your face". There's a share button on the controller which allows you to share content, if you want to. The button is out of the way. Again, I think you are making a big deal about something that is fairly minor.
I do hope that it's not facebook only, but allow sharing of videos and images to Youtube and picassa (as you can with the PS3).
While this feature wasn't on the top of my wishlist, it certainly will make it easier to share footage and video from games, for those of us that occasionally enjoy doing so.
I think #Sony showed off a lot of good stuff related to the PS4. Loads of memory which will make it a lot easier for developers to do great things on the device, as well as a powerful CPU and GPU. The integration with the PS Vita and smartphones also looks very interesting, as does the ability to buy a game online while at work, and have it delivered to the PS4 by the time you get home.
Add to that all the regular apps (netflix, amazon streaming services, crackle, etc) as well as some new ones, this certainly looks like a good upgrade to the #PS3. Hopefully, they'll include a real web browser too, unlike that poc they got on the PS3.Feb 21, 2013
- No one is buying the WiiU. Sales are about as brisk as Windows 8 and Nokia cell phones.Mar 3, 2013