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Sony's Immediate Future, Revisited
Posted on Wednesday, February 20 2013 @ 15:19:18 Eastern

Sony just announced the PS4 so I was wrong, and so was Razörfist.  That's that.  If I were to guess where the guess-work went wrong (besides being guess-work, of course) is the failure to properly tease out the difference between nominal values and real values in the Yen (which has gained strength) such that what appears to be relatively flat expenditures over a long period is actually a massive ramp up.  Also, thanks to Sliverstorm for noting in the earlier post that even if not misleading the raw totals still couldn't tell the whole story.  I used a simple and naive perspective to analyze a complex pile of data and the result was error.  Lesson learned.
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