Well in a move that can be seen as a direct shot to Microsoft… Sony has just announced that they have “no restrictions” on used games, as well as saying the system won’t have always-on internet connection.  The announcement was just made by Jack Tretton at e3, to a roaring applause by the audience.  In response to the fans Tretton said, “Yes, that’s a good thing.”

Look it’s no secret to anyone that Microsoft has been getting a lot of flak for their DRM, and always online, policy.  Sony came out at this e3 basically telling people that those kinds of restrictions aren’t their cup o’ tea.  Xbox One is going to require authentication , at least once every 24 hours.  PlayStation 3… no internet?  No problem.

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