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So Sony isn't showing up at E3 this year. Again. While Nick has explained why that makes perfect sense for PlayStation, with its next-gen console fast approaching. But gaming as a thing is in a very different space from when the PS4 launched back in November 2013.
Can console launches in 2020 -- with cloud gaming and relentless sequels, remakes and remasters -- capture the imagination the same way as Halo or Super Mario 64 did in the past? It's going to be a challenge. Fancy controllers and high-latency claims don't ignite the passions quite as much. Sony and Microsoft: It's up to you.