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Do we really need a new Playstation?

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User Info: nclrwntr

nclrwntr
3 years ago#41
Jawbreaker87 posted...
What my main concern is: developers getting lazy with what makes a game, gameplay. Look at the last Final Fantasy games. The sports games rarely change etc.


What do you honestly expect to change in a sports game? The graphics get better, added features, and added animations. What else are you expecting? New and inventive gameplay modes? Capture the flag? Laser guns?

User Info: SegavsCapcom

SegavsCapcom
3 years ago#42
Eh, not really. But I think Sony might want to make a new console to steal thunder from Nintendo,
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User Info: VanderZoo

VanderZoo
3 years ago#43
SegavsCapcom posted...
Eh, not really. But I think Sony might want to make a new console to steal thunder from Nintendo,


Nintendo has no thunder atm.

User Info: LuminescentRule

LuminescentRule
3 years ago#44
From a business perspective, yes. Sony was losing up to $500 on each PS3 sold. Imagine the difference it would make with them selling the PS4 at no loss or at a small profit. We'll be getting even more games.
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nouseravailable
3 years ago#45
I dont need one... thats for sure.
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