Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 31 Oct 2019.
It still pleases me that after the PS3 sold a bit more than half as well as the PS2, Sony went away and came back with a more developer friendly piece of hardware and bigger focus on first party titles. Not ot mention the device being well specced and priced. They clearly learned from the mistakes of the PS3.
It still boggles my mind that after selling very slightly fewer 360s than Sony had sold PS3s, Microsoft decided they held a dominant market position to the point that they could do what they liked, cheap out on the hardware and attempt to bully their own customers into everything-as-service. It is nice to see that they have been rewarded as they deserved, it only took them six years to sell better than the Nintendo 64.
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