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What if Sony and Microsoft didn't publish different systems? What if the two companies torn down the wall separating them and joined forces to make a console that played both PlayStation and Xbox titles? Friendship is magic after all.
While we listen to rumors and wait for Microsoft to announce it's new console, the dreamers over at TechRadar have sketched out the PlayBox – a console concept that would harness the strengths of both companies and be backwards compatible with all past PlayStation and Xbox games.
What do you think of such a project? Do you see any benefits of having more than one console maker?
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This looks like something created in a giant vial from Alien.
i do see benefits. for one, competition is usually a good thing and it's easier for publishers to make money since there's more people to sell to
It would definitely make my wallet happier and my decisions much easier not having to decide between what multiplatform games to buy.
you know that touch screen should of been on the new PS4 controller but no a touch pad... i even made a PS.share to change that but it got rejected :/