therealjaxon wrote:I think they try and do too much - perhaps they should narrow down their products and concentrate on a smaller amount. There's a lot of choice now in consumer electricals and Sony aren't exactly competitively priced.
If At First You Can't Succeed, Give Up?
Not quite. One of the more interesting things about Sony is that it doesn't quit. Vaio isn't exactly a smash hit with consumers, but that hasn't stopped the Japanese tech company from releasing new (and overpriced) laptops. Sony continues to sell MP3 players that no one wants. On top of that, the company's motion picture division produces bad movie sequels that no one will pay to see.
Thus, it wouldn't be that surprising if Sony decided to release PlayStation 4 after all. But it is far from a done deal. In fact, after the failure of PSPgo, the disappointment (and financial failure) of PS Move, the lackluster launch of PS Vita in Japan, and the promise to invest less money in the launch of a future console, Sony might be in search of an excuse to exit the game industry.
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