A Look Into the Future: What Will the swappa ps5 Industry Look Like in 10 Years?
- November 09, 2021
My new PS5 with the awesome new gaming engine and a few other new games to play has just arrived. It’s a fantastic machine and I have to say it’s one of the first PS5s I’ve ever owned. The new gaming engine, along with the ability to play all of the PS4 games, is a fantastic addition to the console and I’m loving it already.
The main thing I love is the gaming engine, which allows us to play all of the PS4 games in PSOne style. We can have the game running in two screens. We can also have the PS4 games running in 3D without the need for the PSOne-style screens. All of the game worlds look better because of the PS4’s 3D graphics.
Its main selling point is the gaming engine. Im assuming it was developed by Sony but I dont really know. That doesn’t mean it is bad though, Im just a little curious as to why Sony went with “PS4” first and not “PS3” or “PS2” or whatever.
Sony went with PS4 over PS3 because they felt that the PS3 was getting a bit too expensive for the price of a game. The PS4 has a lot of good technology in it, but if you think about it, it costs less than the PS3, but more than the PS2. The PS3 was actually a great game console, but it wasn’t really designed for games, which is why it’ll never completely replace the PS2.
The PS3 was a nice console when it was first released, but the PS4 isnt a console. The PS2 was a console that was intended to be run as a PC, and then a PC would be run on a PlayStation 3. Sony didn’t want to create a console that was too expensive for its cost-per-second to run on a platform that had no real reason to run on a PC.
I understand that, but it just shows that the PS3 wasnt really meant to be a console. It was designed for games, but to my mind a great console system is one that can run games as well as you can run a PC.
I don’t think Sony was ever fully aware of the PS2’s limitations. The PS2 was designed as an extension of the PS1, and Sony’s strategy was to make games as cheap as possible so that people would buy the console because it would be able to run them.
However, the fact that Sony put PS2s in their own console market shows that they are not fully aware of their limitations. I think the fact that they were trying to make games as cheap as possible (for the consumer) shows that they are aware of when a system is not meant to be used as a console.
Personally, I think Sony is too eager to get PS2 sales. In all honesty, I don’t think Sony is trying to kill the PS2. Sony’s desire to sell their games as cheap as possible probably indicates that they are not aware of the PS2 limitations.
Sony has always been known for pushing the envelope a bit and pushing the boundaries with their games. I think the PS2 is just trying to make a system as good as it can be for $60.