It's interesting how hungry people were for a "Next Gen" system. It sounds like both Sony and MS sold everything they made with a million units each and deep pool of waiting customers. Compared to previous system launches, those numbers seem really high. I know I'm sort of a lapsed gamer and I couldn't wait to get my hands on both systems...
were they hungry? It every console I can remember always had limited stock for months. The PS2 was sold out for nearly 7 months where I live. The PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii were the same way. Stores just could keep them stocked.
Maybe people are hungry, but one thing is for sure, it seems like they have their supply problems figured out. Foxconn won't be going out of business anytime soon. Now if they could both launch with a fully functioning OS.
Wow, they are sold out all over Arizona. I was lucky and found one that wasn't picked up by the person who preordered it.
I like it so far. I bought Ryse, Forza and Dead Rising 3. I've really only spent time with Dead Rising, and I am enjoying it a lot. It isn't the best looking game, but murdering zombies is a lot of fun, which is good because there are so many of them.
I would take Ryse over Killzone or Knack. Everything on my PlayStation 4 has been a disappointment to me. If you need me I'll be playing Resogun and hating that a $15 game is the best thing on my platform for the next five months.