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Alex Asks: Did Sony's PlayStation Meeting Sell You On The PS4?

Posted on Thursday, February 21 @ 17:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

What's up guys? Welcome to the first episode of "Alex Asks," a weekly video feature in which I pose to you a question related to a recent hot topic, and then answer it myself.

Now that the dust has settled and Sony's next-gen console is out in the open (well, sort of), I figured it'd be best to go with the PS4-centric question: Did Sony's PlayStation Meeting Sell You On The PS4? Please answer my query in the comments below, and be sure to check out my thoughts in the video above. If you'd like to continue the conversation on Twitter, you can reach me at @a_charlez.

PS - I know, I know... I totally forgot to talk about Gaikai! That said, a fully streamable back catalog of PlayStation games sounds incredibly promising. Let's just hope it doesn't turn out to be another one of Sony's empty promises...
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