The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are here and we’ve had several weeks now to check out the new consoles. All four new pieces of hardware from Sony and Microsoft are very impressive, despite having a some areas which need a bit of tweaking and refinement. They offer crisp, clear visuals and lightning fast load times that will make it difficult to ever go back to the way things were before. And after roughly three weeks with these new machines, one thing has become crystal clear.
The era of video game generations is over.
Typically, the way it has worked in generations past is that every 6 or 7 years we get a new piece of hardware. That hardware usually has cool new features and a games lineup that is only available on that new piece of tech. That’s more or less the way that console…
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