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Sony says the PS4 is selling well

Sony says that it has sold 2.1 million PS4 consoles as of December 1. Sony also notes that PS4 owners are taking advantage of the social features of the new console, and that over 6.5 million shares have been captured using the Share button on the PS4 controller.
 
"PS4 delivered the best launch in PlayStation history with the North American release and we've continued this incredibly successful start in Europe, Australasia and Latin America," said Andrew House, President and Group CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. 

 
"Demand remains incredibly strong and continues to overwhelm the supply worldwide, but we are diligently working to meet those growing demands and to deliver additional PS4 units to our retail partners throughout the holiday season."
 
Sony officially announced the PS4 console in June. The PS4 launched on November 15 in the U.S. and Canada, but the console has been in limited supply and some of the early units had an issue dubbed the "blue light of death."
 
On November 29, the console was made available in Europe, Australia, and Latin America. As of now, the PS4 is available in 32 countries around the world.

Source: Twitter



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RE: competition = good
By TakinYourPoints on 12/5/2013 2:24:32 AM , Rating: 2
Yeah, it sucks. The last fun Battlefield game was BF2, I think because of the novelty at the time. 1942 was the peak because of its awesome vehicle physics. I could play Market Garden and Wake Island all day. Modern realistic shooters are super boring and require no skill. Snipe snipe snipe, shotgun shotgun, get kills in a tank.

YAWN.

Keep your baby shooters. Give me a real skill FPS like Quake 3 any day.


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