What does this mean for Sony?
Well, this means that at any-and-all Street Fighter tournaments that take place in the future that include Street Fighter V will have to be hosted on PS4s, rather than the usual favourite, the Xbox 360. This could also potentially–although I would not hold my breath–lead to fight-sticks being manufactured for the PS4.
These factors combined may cement Sony’s exclusivity for the foreseeable future; until, at least, Microsoft pull something big out of the bag.
The Elder Scrolls Online has met a lot of controversy since it’s initial announcement; the £40/$60 price tag paired with the £8.99/$14.99 monthly subscription fee in particular rubbed long time Elder Scrolls fans the wrong way, and even though Bethesda have been aiming for a genuine Elder Scrolls experience, long time fans of the series have worried about the final quality of the game, and whether longevity is viable in an Elder Scrolls MMO.
It was a lot of fun. The cosplay this year was sort of incredible. Obviously there were the odd terrible set-ups but, generally, it was a whole lot better than last year, I think.
Anyway at MCM I got the chance to get my hands on a DualShock4 and play Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag for about 10-15 minutes. There was no PS4 box, however. So I probably played on a very bare-bones PC build of the PS4, with the DS4 coming out of the podium.