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GameStick delayed once again, will now compete with PS4 on launch day

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If patience is a learned skill, than fans of PlayJams' GameStick are certainly masters of the virtue: the diminutive Android Console has been delayed again. According to a GameStick representative, the Kickstarter backed microconsole's launch (which was supposed to be today, by the way) was pushed back due to production and logistical delays. The new launch day, November 15th, pits the $80 console against the PlayStation 4. GameStick told us that it didn't plan to compete with Sony initially, but didn't want to delay the product any longer than necessary. It's a precarious position, to be sure, but the company seems optimistic. "Hey," the company joked with Engadget, "it's great to have a choice."

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