Thursday October 22, 2020

It's all in the game

Sony and Microsoft faced off last week ahead of the launches of their two consoles - but which of them stole the show? Philip Connolly reports.

15th June, 2013
Gamers are put through their paces on Microsoft's new Xbox One last week. Photo: Getty

It may be a few months until consumers get their hands on the next generation of games consoles, but Sony and Microsoft have already begun their fight for supremacy in the lucrative gaming market.

Last week, the two tech giants faced off in Los Angeles at this years E3 conference, with both looking to steal a march on one another ahead of launching their latest offering later this year, with both likely to be released...

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