You almost had to feel bad for Microsoft.
After Sony's presentation at E3 this evening, it was clear that the PlayStation 4 was being sent in with a mission: to take down Microsoft, and capitalize on all the snafus the Xbox One has faced since it was first announced. And with a lower price ($399 USD compared to the Xbox One's $499 USD), no online check-in requirement, and no measures to prevent players from sharing games or buying used ones, Sony may just succeed in that mission.
Amongst a robust library of games (with 100 titles expected during the first year of launch), Sony Computer Entertainment of America President Jack Tretton took to the stage to deliver plenty of tidbits about the new console, many of which were direct shots at Microsoft's controversial new Xbox One.
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For starters, the PS4 won't be limiting players on what games they can play, be they new, used, or borrowed. Sony even took the time to throwRead More »from E3: PlayStation 4 takes direct aim at Microsoft, and lands a headshot