Wow, Cage actually said that? I think I need to go watch his bit of the presentation...
Is it true that PS4 won't run games on PS3? I heard about that, but it's bad news - I'm afraid how much games on PS 4 will cost.
We're not having this discussion again.
Who won it last time?
Not me, that's for sure.
I would assume the only way to win is to not take part.
PS4 has war gaems
Is it true PS4 games are going to be $70?
htf should we know?
I don't think $70 games would be good for anyone. $60 is already pretty damn steep for most games, if you ask me.
Tiered pricing is a loooong time coming.
I think that now people are kind of convinced we already have a good tiered model. You can download PS3 games for £3.99, £9.99, £13.99, £19.99, or you can buy a boxed game for £39.99. To some degree it is a system where you get what you pay for, the new Sly is £19.99, while Foosball 2012 is only £3.99. A lot of the digital games are not bad value for money but I think that as even more people start to buy them in the next console generation, boxed AAA games will be looked at as more of a premium product that people won't mind paying extra for, because if you're too broke to buy the new FPS, you can at least afford something from PSN or XBLA. That kind of attitude is only going to discourage publishers from adopting a progressive pricing model for all of their games, because while it makes sense that a Skyrim or a Gran Turismo be more expensive than a Dynasty Warriors or some licensed game, they will all cost the same as long as they are seen as desirable, premium products. That is, as long as publishers don't stop manufacturing physical games sooner than expected. Look at magazines, sure, sales are down, but prices are not, Edge still costs more or less the same it did ten years ago. And since you can now read more or less anything for free, some magazines have taken on a whole new identity as an almost luxury item. Games will be the same, at least, that's what I think.