On December 3, 1994 (December 9, 1995 in the US), Sony Computer Entertainment released the original PlayStation in Japan. The console singlehandedly changed the console industry by mainstreaming CD based games and producing revolutionary 3-D graphics and game mechanics. To celebrate Sony is releasing a limited edition PlayStation 4 in OG PSX garb. Only 12,300 were produced and as if this writing, all are claimed. Sad I missed it. – Via PlayStation.Blog
Malik on Xbox One: It’s been a though first few months for Xbox One. While the lineup has been comparable to PS4’s, the platform feels like games were not at the forefront when Microsoft started designing X1. Its great if you’er looking for all media to be at the center of your living room, but with this approach, gamers, especially the hardcore players, suffered. Titanfall was a great addition to X1’s offerings and with Phil Spencer taking the helm at Xbox, will hopefully refocus them on what got them there in the first place. I’m hopefull.
Angelo on PS4: Honestly, I’m loving it. Warframe is great. Ps4 is on track to some great things especially with things like Project Morpheus, which is where I believe next-gen truly is. Sure, right now there aren’t a lot of compelling titles but that’s to be expected just five months after launch, but the way i see it, with the PS3, Sony went from being trash to getting back on track and actually supporting the last generation the way it should have been, with great titles and bring many eastern games west, which I personally love.