Hahahaha I can't believe that.
Now they bring PC on the table to dismiss PS4, while it was never on XBO article and the XBO actually is the one who divids stuff with PC more often.
Timed deals are now bad practises when Tomb Raider was pointed as a good thing in the XBO article.
Sony not focusing holidays only is also a problem apparently, don't matter if it was always getting a good steady of games the whole year.
It always been good is also a problem, as it's not improving so fast because of that.
Things won't get better anytime soon, said them before that 2016 lineup, never mentioned in the article.
I... I... Wow, Kotaku.
Well to be fair this was kind of his reasoning in comparing it to PC gaming:
Bloodborne’s arrival in mid-2015 underlined just how much the PS4 needs meaty, acclaimed exclusives to make it feel like a competitive alternative to a gaming PC.
But if you compare the two articles this one is definately more negative as he should make the comparison for Xbox.
I think the author believes that Sony was doing better things when the PS was behind as opposed to now where not much exciting has happened. I don't think the PS4 UI is slow, I just think it is a bad design and looks super outdated. They still have not come out with a new model for a controller with longer battery life. Not joking when I say this but the XBO controller doubles the PS4's battery life easily. XBO now also has a controller to compete with a very popular Scuf controllers that sell for $160+ and obviously it would be a good thing if Sony tried to compete.