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June 14, 2013

Sony 1, Microsoft 0

COMMERCE — Sony stomped Microsoft in this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.

Sony revealed their Playstation 4 along with new game titles, including “The Last of Us,” which is already a prime candidate for “Game of the Year” even though its release date is Friday.

Countless jokes were made about Microsoft and the functions of Xbox One, especially for their greedy restriction on sharing games that have already been played ,which forces gamers to buy a new copy of each game they play.

The Playstation 4 does not require you to be logged in online for the duration of gameplay and there is no used game policy. On top of that, the new console will be reasonably priced at $399, $100 less than Xbox. Just in case gamers forget that Playstation came out on top, here is a reminder.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKdBecUSGP0.

Allie Burks is a summer intern for the Commerce Journal. She is a student at Texas A&M University-Commerce and is a member of the soccer team.

Allie Burks is a summer intern for the Commerce Journal. She is a student at Texas A&M University-Commerce and is a member of the soccer team. - See more at: http://commercejournal.com/local/x182740083/Zombies-spotted-in-Commerce#sthash.vQpCVJiP.dpuf

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