Sony was ecstatic to announce that PlayStation 4 had exceeded 10 million sold worldwide.
I thought it was interesting that they also admitted the following: They're not 100 percent positive as to how it happened. So, I thought we'd try to help them out.
Just tell us in the Comments below why you opted to purchase the PlayStation 4. Obviously, it only makes sense to answer if you currently own Sony's new console; this isn't your opportunity to bi*** about why you don't want one. What is your reasoning behind the purchase? Be candid.
Is it because Sony convinced you throughout 2013 that the PS4 would be the console to own come fall? Or, are you a lifelong fan of the brand and buying the new system was a foregone conclusion? I'm guessing not a lot of people will claim the latter, because Sony has said a fair percentage of PS4 owners never owned a PS3 and in fact, never even owned a console last generation. Maybe you bought the new machine because you knew PlayStation always delivers on the game front and eventually, the PS4 would once again be the industry leader in the realm of cutting-edge exclusive software.
You can admit it if you bought the PS4 simply because you despise Microsoft. I know a few people who were rabid Xbox 360 followers, and were so pissed at the unveiling of the Xbox One, they decided right then and there to get the PS4. Hey, bad PR really sucks, you know?