Almost all financial metrics on the PlayStation front were lollipops and rainbows
450,000 units went in the first week
Sony to maintain its strategy of releasing PC versions two or three years after PS5 versions
It comes with a couple of useful features that you are unlikely to find in other flagship smartphones
Development of a PC-ready or SteamVR driver is underway with much work to be done
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In a nutshell: Sony once again sits atop the console wars throne. Not only has it more than doubled Xbox Series shipments, but its overall financials are also in good health. Despite a dip in software sales, hardware and overall revenues are up significantly. The company was tight-lipped about its newly launched PS VR2, but outside analysts say it's on track to being the fastest-selling VR headset on any platform.
If a title doesn't absolutely 'wow' execs, it never makes it past the prototype stage
*Plays the tiniest violin the world*
Great for sweaty palms
WTF?! While game controllers have become more advanced over the decades, their basic form and functionality have changed little. But a Sony patent describes something that's far from conventional: a controller that can change shape and temperature based on the game you're playing.
It doesn't sound like a Switch killer or a Steam Deck alternative
Stereoscopic 3D without the headache of glasses
A great headset, but $550 is a lot to ask
AI processor can automatically focus on and track multiple subjects
1440p and 4K gameplay demand a lot of RAM and a recent high-end GPU, HDD entirely absent from spec sheet
Sony accounted for one sixth or possibly one fifth of AMD's 2022 revenue
The PSVR 2 is a big improvement over the original, offering a great experience even with non-VR content. Lack of backwards compatibility and a hefty $550 price tag are among the biggest concerns if Sony will continue to support the platform in the long run.
More stock equals more sales
All console makers have left E3 for the first time ever
Pre-order numbers were reportedly not what Sony expected for its pricy PS5 accessory
Buying a PlayStation 5 should be a lot easier going forward