The lights are on
Tomorrow, Sony will be making a big announcement that many speculate will include the company’s next console. New developments have been trickling out regarding the upcoming presentation, including something called PlayStation Cloud and pictures of the supposed new controller. Now an anonymous source tells Kotaku that the PlayStation 3 successor will also be controllable via your phone and have two models to choose from when it releases this November.
The source says that the models at the supposed November launch are priced at $429 and $529, which could change. They also claim that similarly to the Xbox 360s SmartGlass app, users will be able to use their phones to control the console, download games to the system, and chat with friends.
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That's alot of fish.
That's a lot of money.
I think its justified
Sign me up!
So what's the difference between the 2 models?
Am I the only one who thinks Sony doesn't give a crap about their customers? Every they make is overly expensive, has no compatibility with past products and has a huge library of hackable items. Why do I still buy their crap anyway?
I think I just heard my wallet cry a little.