- Jul 27, 2016
They've sold 100 million consoles, it would not be easier to sell that many people new physical copies of the games they already own; especially considering they would be paying a higher cost for the game on a cartridge.What I was saying was that your "solution" is a completely unrealistic, never gonna happen fantasy.
Sony would not go through the trouble of making this convoluted system when just having the customers who want a physical copy buy the games again is much simpler and more financially viable.
They're not always filed in Brazil first.And no, patents are filed everywhere, otherwise your intellectual property isn't protected everywhere. The location is also irrelevant.
Patents are filed first in certain countries because companies presume people won't be searching patent websites for them, (as Sony most likely expected with the PS5 dev kit) and then if somebody claims they had an idea first the company can prove otherwise.
Portable PS4 (Switch clone) that slides into a PSVR2 headset unit for wireless, low-latency VR.
Could be why Yoshida was moved to indie development support.