- Oct 25, 2017
They all use the same chip. Including the portable one. The portable product line failing is why Nintendo got a really really good deal with the company.
The Nvidia Shield Portable and Tablet use the Tegra K1, the set top box and Switch use the X1.
The Tegra 4 (and K1 variant) is from 2012. X1 is from 2014 and used in the shield console.
"We will focus on it once IE Ares is released. We will also work on Ushio at the same time."
I think the game is going to straight up be unappealing to kids. They don’t care about Go Nagai mecha.
Is Mecha just not that popular anymore? Or is it just that the few popular series have a stranglehold on the market?
Mecha, apart from the big giants, are pretty niche and aimed at otaku. Not a genre usually associated with the kids audience in recent years.
The last new mecha series to really catch on was Code Geass. Other than that it’s just UC Gundam, which kids most certainly aren’t watching.
They absolutely nailed Ryza's character design for otaku interests. Her scale figure (which is overpriced as hell as far as similar scale figures go) is near the top of the charts when it comes to pre-orders as well.
They'll produce and sell PS4 as long as people want them. They did it with PS2 and PS3. So it'll depend of the customers, not Sony. They make money on games and services, not hardware.
I don't agree. Sony made bank digitally off so called casuals on fortnite.
How will they convince people in the market for a super cheap ps4 to buy an expensive ps5 when the ps4 will have most ps5 games for at least 2 years.I also dont believe in a super cheap PS4 for Japan -since its gonna slow down the PS5 adoption rate and make the PS5 look even more expensive in comparison. I might be wrong though but its probably in Sonys best interest to convince people to just get a PS5 - they are gonna need some kind of install base for next-gen only titles.
It's about 320k ahead of the ps3 and in 10 weeks will probably be 500k+ ahead. From the day it launched until the ps5 launches the ps4 will have sold faster then the ps3. Growth for Sony in the dedicated home console market.
I asked about the software situation not hardware lol
PS2 was outselling PS3 because it was a sub 80$ system and that ensured its longer lifespan once the successor came outThey'll produce and sell PS4 as long as people want them. They did it with PS2 and PS3. So it'll depend of the customers, not Sony. They make money on games and services, not hardware.
And PS2 and PS3 (in the beginning) where both BC with their predecessors so PS4 BC on PS5 won't make a difference.
You should be comparing 2011 to 2018 seeing as PS3 launched in November 2006 and PS4 launched in February 2014.
It wouldn't be a proper comparison anyway without digital sales.Wow, are those Famitsu stats correct? PS4 is 10 million units ahead in terms of software when comparing through calendar years 2010 for PS3 and through calendar years 2018 for PS4?
EDIT: No, that can't be right. PS3 and PS4 had different release months in Japan right? So there must be some more manipulation involved for a proper comparison.
Sorry. That's a good question and I'd like to see the answer.
I misread his post.
How about digital revenue? Psn more profitable with ps4 or ps3?
Thanks. Now that you mention it, i mean to remember some talk about that indeed. I looked it up, and it seems that Apple claimed "Xbox One class" graphics. I guess that gives some room for interpretation. But a SoC with such power for an afforable price in about 3 years might be quite likely.
I wonder why it took a bit longer to restock the PS4 version. Doesnt they usually get restocked relatively quickly? The Switch version is still set for October 23. It might arrive sooner though. The PS4 version was set for Octorber 13 at first, but is restocked now as you mention.
To be fair, he probably just read the last sentence as comparing the systems themself (hardware).