This kind of swagger could be considered arrogance, and there is an unquestionable confidence about it all. But the Arrogant Sony memes of yore dont really apply here, as this isnt an instance of the organisation overpricing and undelivering like it arguably did with the PlayStation 3 its doubling-down on the future of its brand, and its doing it all in an understated manner.
The Entertainment Software Association just announced the big three video game hardware makers Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony will now force publishers to reveal odds for loot boxes in games that appear on their consoles [...]
From VG247: "What is it that makes the open world genre appealing?
I would argue its this: possibility. Hence the familiar refrain of you can go there that accompanies open world preview trailers or screenshots showing us distant mountain ranges the promise that you, and perhaps even the developers themselves, never know exactly what you might find when you venture out. The innate appeal of being uncertain about what lies beyond the horizon is what these games are predicated on."