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[examiner] Sony calls out microsoft, no drm and no always-online

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The price announcement wasn't the only shot fired at Microsoft during Sony's presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the gambling industry's annual U.S. trade show. The loudest applause at the company's event show came when Jack Tretton, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, announced that the company would not try to restrict used game sales. Tretton also said the PS4 would not require a persistent online connection.

Well, that settles it for me.
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Shots fired.
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Oh my, let the games begin.
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Good, we have a winner.
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Not sure how the price could've been a direct shot at MS considering not even sony would've known the price until the show. Just FYI
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Winning,,, AntiWPA(xp) oh wrong systems...this is ps4 were talking tongue.gif

Love that ending,

oh and does not need authentication within 24 hours.....

Winning

Welp after 50 plus articles and to many videos of the confrence im set on it
will be worth every penny specially those collector models and collector games wink.gif
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Shots fired.

MS down, repeat, MS down.
    
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It'll be interesting to see if Microsoft does anything about it.

The sad thing is, all of the COD kiddies will still beg their parents to buy them a Xbox One, so does it really matter?
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MS down, repeat, MS down.

MEDIC!

...MEDIC!
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People the DRM is up to the Game makers not Microsoft and also the always online is up to the game makers !!!


http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/microsoft-clarifies-policies-game-licensing-privacy-drm-xbox-one-6C10240845
Edited by JMatzelle303 - 6/11/13 at 10:12am
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