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Posts Tagged ‘PS4’

Well that was quick. It’s only been a couple of days since someone came up with anunofficial app to stream PlayStation 4 gaming to PC, but earlier today, Sony’s awesomeShuhei Yoshida confirmed on Twitter that his company is “indeed working on an official [Remote Play] application for PC/Mac.” Yes, it will support both Windows and Mac OS X, which is already more than what the Xbox One offers, though Yoshida has yet to provide a date. Regardless, this is bad news for the unofficial app’s developer, who has apparently been working on this project on and off for over a year and planned on charging $10 for the hard work, but at least we can give him or her some credit for getting Sony to up the game for its consoles.

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Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) has become the biggest selling console ever with 250,000 units sold out in Britain alone since last Friday.

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According to games trade site MCV and official sales figures from Chart-Track, PS4 sales have generated around 90 million pounds during the first weekend since its launch, Daily Star reports.  The new super games machine has outstripped its handheld PSP, which sold 185,000 consoles eight years ago in three days.

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So, an email with this image came across my junk mail folder. There are a lot of things Sony could talk about on February 20th, barely 2 weeks away. However, this Twitter tag: #playstation2013 only fuels the fire about Sony announcing the next PlayStation.

Will they announce the PS4 then? No one knows, but with the spin cycle in full swing, everything points to the company announcing their next console. Sony did announce their handheld console, the PlayStation Vita at the end of January 2011. It goes along with Sony’s MO – announce their upcoming console and get the masses salivating like a pack of Pavlov’s canines. Sony will show it off at E3, then release it later this year. A few games that were expected to be on the PS3 were likely slated to hit the PS4 instead. So, the follow-up to “Shadow of Colossus,” “ICO” and yes, “Last Guardian” will likely find a comfy home on the new console.

Let’s dig deeper and make a few informed speculations about the new console.

First, if proven true, Sony’s PS4 announcement on February 20th means Sony … knows getting out of the gate first is a winning strategy. This generation, Sony has edged Microsoft in overall sales – latest figures here but is still in second place behind the Nintendo Wii. For a console maker that dominated last generation, a second place spot isn’t something to brag about. Sony, realizing how important being first really is, has decided to get out the gate first next generation, which apparently starts later this year.

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