Jun 5 2012, 1:44am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Sony announced at their E3 2012 press conference a line-up of PlayStation exclusive content for PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) and PlayStation 3 (PS3) systems, new products that leverage the unique motion control features of the PlayStation Move motion controller, an enhancement to the PlayStation Plus membership program, and a partnership with HTC to support PlayStation Mobile, which was renamed from PlayStation Suite today, that further establishes PlayStation as the ultimate destination for fans of gaming and entertainment experiences.
“For more than 17 years, PlayStation has stood for everything gamers love – exhilarating experiences that transcend entertainment. When you play in our world, there are no limitations of the imagination,” said Jack Tretton, CEO and President of SCEA. “Powerful new gameplay experiences delivered on PS Vita, a deep and exclusive software line-up for PS3 that is the benchmark of the industry, and entertainment services that have the gamer at heart, demonstrate that the PlayStation ecosystem is more vibrant than ever. Our commitment to innovation and jaw-dropping entertainment for gamers is at the core of the experiences that you will continue to see from PlayStation in 2012 and beyond.”
Sony tries hard to stabilize thier offering and stay in reach of the Microsoft Xbox. At this point though there is nothing that can bring Sony back to the console market leader. Microsoft is doing everything right at the moment and is way ahead.
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