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Google moves to disrupt video games with streaming, studio

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By Glenn CHAPMAN

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Yet another example of Japanese encumbent inviting new players (pardon the pun) into the game.

Japan was the giant of giants in gaming, a Sony PS3 was in almost every household, it was the end all, complete home entertainment device. But arrogance and poor strategic decisions provided an open invitation for competitors to share the meat, eg XBOX. PlayTV was the dominant DVB-T player/recorder, until Sony dropped support for it in the PS4.

Sony could have had The Cake, it was too busy convincing people it only likes wholemeal bread.

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One again, Japan too slow and too protective with proprietary gaming with no competitive collaboration to team up in new online services and investing inside the box...

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I bet Google will force game makers to obey political correctness in their games, so players who don’t want that will stick to consoles.

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I bet Google will force game makers to obey political correctness in their games

I bet some people will try to force political paranoia into every article they read.

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I bet Google will force game makers to obey political correctness in their games

It's obvious you're not familiar with games lately, lol

(Hint: game makers have been doing it already)

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