Sony Launches PS4 (Sort of) And Denies Block On Used Games

Whilst Sony's PS4 event was heavy on specs and light on devices - other than a natty new dualshock controller - it did present some good news for the average gamer on the street. Not to mention Game stores up and down the UK, where I imagine frenzied parties are only now coming to an end.

Why the jubilation?

Sony have denied categorically that any technology will be implemented in the new console with the intention of blocking the use of second owner game disks.

Its a sensible move from Sony and given the incredible problems it has on its corporate hands right now, could amount to a corporation saving decision.

So, Microsoft, the ball's in your court now...


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