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Sony Releases Instructional Video On Sharing Used Games

During yesterday's event, Sony talked a lot about upcoming titles for the PS4, services the console would support, and even mentioned a brand new cloud gaming service that it would be launching next year. However, the company also revealed that the PS4 would support used games. It's an issue that's caused quite a bit of controversy for Microsoft, along with the fact that the Xbox One will need to 'check in' with Microsoft via the web once daily. Guess what? Sony's PS4 won't need to do that either.

Of course, confirmation of these facts would be enough to score points with gamers, but Sony went a little further with a video lesson on how to share games with your friends and fellow gamers. Check it out below:

  • rad666
    This made me laugh SO hard when I saw it yesterday...
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  • pcichico
    I wish we lived in a world where Sony could make this funny ass video and not have to put fine print on the bottom cuz some douche bag is going to hold them to this till the end of time.
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  • pcichico
    I wish we lived in a world where Sony could make this funny ass video and not have to put fine print on the bottom cuz some douche bag is going to hold them to this till the end of time.
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  • kinggraves
    Microsoft, just relax. Let it happen. It will be over soon.
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  • frank the tank
    U mad Xbox One fans? Good on Sony for not applying the always online DRM and the used game fee.
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  • jaguarskx
    The instructional video was sooo complex and convoluted that I needed to watch the video several times to understand what was going on....
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  • John Hadley
    Hilarious way to make Microsoft look bad.
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  • edogawa
    I'm hoping Microsoft learns there lesson from this, what they are doing is completely ridiculous. Sony is just wiping the floor with Microsoft.
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  • southernshark
    Definitely buying Sony. The last thing I want is (more) MS spyware in my house with no real way to trade used games. Sony all the way.
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  • -Fran-
    Here's a related link to this:

    http://kotaku.com/the-internets-hilarious-reactions-to-e3-512667747

    This has been like the best E3 for a long time now, hahaha. Thanks MS for being so inept at making a good product.

    Cheers!
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