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The Sony PlayStation 4 sells for $399.
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November 15, 2013 More than seven years since their previous releases, Sony and Microsoft are debuting new versions of their popular game consoles — PlayStation and Xbox. Hard-core gamers are excited, but once that initial rush is over, Sony and Microsoft will have to work a lot harder to expand beyond that market.
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Don Mattrick, president of Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft, greets the crowd at the Xbox One reveal event in Redmond, Wash., last month.
June 19, 2013 Microsoft has changed policies regarding Internet connection and used game capabilities for its upcoming Xbox One gaming console. The company says it is responding to feedback from consumers.
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