After giving Microsoft a purple nurple for the ages just about 24 hours ago—attacking the idea that game consoles should have online check-in requirements and used game restrictions—what the hell could Sony do for an encore? We have a few ideas.
Seriously, though, did you see Jack Tretton on stage last night? Sony Computer Entertainment's U.S. boss had the look of a man who knew he killed the room—and liked that feeling a lot. (Especially after the groans he summoned from the same stage in 2011, announcing that AT&T would be the PS Vita's sole wireless provider.)
Speaking from experience, though, even when you're cookin', there's a tendency to over-tag one's material. If we left him up on stage, what else might Jack say before he got the hook?
Here in the office, we came up with ...
Sony: PS4 Games Cost $49.99, Have No Copy-Protection
Sony Drops Price of PS4—Will Now Pay YOU $399 to Get One
PS Plus Now Offers Two Free Consoles Per Month
Sony: Third-Party Publishers Will Apologize to You If Their Games Are Bad
PS4 Confirms Both Backwards and Forwards Compatibility
Preorder Gran Turismo 6, Get Six Exclusive Cars. Real Ones.
PlayStation 4 will Have 4D Support
PlayStation 5 will Play Used Xbox One Games
How about you? What wildass promise should Sony make now?