Sony’s PS4 has managed to make it to the next level
It looked like game over for consoles not so long ago
Video game consoles are supposed to be dead. In June 2013, when Sony aired its first television ad for the PlayStation 4, the platform was assumed by many to have peaked. Casual gaming on smartphones was the way forward.
Consumers would soon find the effort of going into the living room, switching on a box plugged into the TV and settling down for a lengthy session of Call of Duty too much like hard work. Gamers, not...
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