Still waiting on the next generation of gaming

I pre-ordered a PS4 via Amazon on the first day, excited to experience something new.


Growing up, I spent a lot of time playing PC games, but after I bought my first Mac, I started transitioning to consoles: namely the PS3. And that experience was totally fine considering the PS3 launched in 2006. There were issues that I vehemently complained about such as the lack of system-wide party chat, but all in all, I didn’t feel cheated.

Fast forward many years and we now have the PS4, a capable gaming machine by any measure. Yet, neither the PS4 nor the Xbox One will usher in the next generation of gaming.

And that’s unfortunate, because the opportunity for innovation was absolutely there. Sure – the PS4 is a lot more powerful than its predecessor and can render stunning...

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