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Microsoft Congratulates Sony On PS4 Launch

Posted on Friday, November 15 @ 07:35:39 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Microsoft has congratulated Sony on the launch of PlayStation 4. The Big M posted the following message on Twitter:
 

 
It's nice to see some tact amidst the chaos of this next-gen console war. There's some serious competition between the PlayStation and Xbox One manufacturers; after all, there are only so many dollars in consumers' pockets to fight over.

Do you think Sony will send a similar congratulatory message next week when Xbox One hits store shelves?
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