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Project Scorpio / PS4 Pro, Why Should We Be Excited?
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Microsoft finally revealed the specs of Project Scorpio with more information expected to be released leading up to E3 in June, but they forgot one important aspect. Games.
It wasn’t too long ago you could buy a console which would last an entire generation. A generation that could last upwards of 10 years, or around 7 or 8 years before a new console would be announced and everyone becomes desperate for a new release. It was great. You give up the ability to play the most high end specs to get longevity. Dump 400 dollars in the unit (or 600 for those of us that bought a PS3 at launch) and it lasts years. No need to worry about “minimum specs” releasing, or if your specific hardware will have the proper features to run a game correctly.
Then things changed and Sony announced a mid-generation slight upgrade with the PS4 Pro. While Microsoft denied »
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