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Still, I like what Sony is trying to accomplish with their streaming service.It may not quite be a Netflix for gaming, but I expect it to steadily improve as time goes on.As such, it's become my preferred console for third-party games, supplanting the Xbox 360.
In addition, the early success of the Play Station 4 indicates Sony learned a lot from the disastrous early years of the PS3, and what I’ve seen so far feels extremely promising. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture: I don’t know much about this game, and I’m going to keep it that way until I play it. Additional features that attracted me: I don’t typically use consoles for more than their primary duties, so I can’t say the extra features on the PS4 speak to me.Microsoft definitely got off on the wrong foot with the Xbox One, but there have been definite signs of improvement since the beginning of the year.Barring a major update to the UI and some killer exclusives though, I think I'll be sticking with my PS4 (and Wii U) for the time being.If anything, their showing at this year’s E3 provided enough variety to make me sit up and take notice. But integrated Twitch streaming is something I might actually use when I have a PS4, so there’s that.The three games I'm most looking forward to: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain: I know it’s not a Sony exclusive, but I always associate Metal Gear with Play Station—oh yeah, and what I’ve seen so far smacked my expectations in the back of a head with a shovel. I do some streaming here and there on PC, so it’d be nice to have an option that didn’t require as much setup.
I doubt that it'll do world-beating numbers, but getting Bloodborne as a PS4 exclusive is actually a pretty big coup for Sony.