Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd May 2018 23:09 UTC
Games

PlayStation 4 is entering the final phase of its life cycle, Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO John (Tsuyoshi) Kodera said at Sony Investor Relations Day 2018 in Tokyo today.

The platform first launched in North America and Europe in November 2013, followed by Japan in February 2014. It has shipped 79 million units as of March 31, 2018.

Didn't I just buy a PS4 Pro? Am I the only one to whom this seems... A little premature?

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TemporalBeing
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2007-08-22

Honestly got annoyed with the Wii having services disabled; time for the PS4 to follow suite.

Given I'm still able to run my NES games to their fullest, but not the Wii games I'll probably not go for the Switch either - the only way the console makers will learn to make the games so that users can run them without them is by folks not going for the consoles.

Sadly there's probably too many gamers that will do it irregardless for simply the sake of gaming to make a difference.

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