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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Sony takes PlayStationcase to the masses

Sony takes PlayStation 4 case to the masses

LOS ANGELES Sony has staked out its claim as the video game system for the people.

At the companys event on the eve of the Electronic Entertainment Expo here, Sony Consumer Entertainment president Andrew House dropped a bomb on Microsoft by announcing that its PlayStation 4 would be available this holiday season for $399 $100 cheaper than the Xbox Ones price tag.

And then, in response to some consumers having found fault with the Xbox Ones alwayson aspect and its notquiteelucidated used games policy, Sony Computer Entertainment America president Jack Tretton dealt some additional body blows. PS4 owners would be able to trade and sell game discs, he said, and would not need to be connected to the Internet to play singleplayer games.

And Tretton added that games would not become disfunctional if PS4 players did not check in every 24 hours, as it seems that Xbox One games might require. Ironically, the PS4 looked a lot like a twotoned Xbox One.

Beyond that, Sony unveiled a slew of topnotch video games in development for its PS4 system. In addition to multiple Final Fantasy games in the works, Square Enix showed off a new Kingdom Hearts 3 game. And a spooky The Order: 1866 game should attract fans of Assassins Creed and Dishonored. Beyond that, impressive new Gran Turismo and Killzone games were teased.

And Sony showed that it plans to continue catering to indie developers with several PS4 games in the works including a remastering of its original Oddworld: Abes Oddyssee.

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