|Mr Puggsly said:
Good, you gave up on the time argument because it was objectively ignorant. Time is clearly not the issue, the issue is Sony.
Now we agree.
A lot of the titles I am suggesting have been dirt cheap from discounts or given away on PS+. I am not necessarily suggesting PS Now get titles that still sell well or are relatively new. Although, content like that would bring in subscribers.
PS Now is not a free service. Therefore if people subscribe to play 1st party content then 1st party software is still generating revenue.
I think the your Gamepass and Xbox One comments at the end are irrelevant but I will entertain it. Gamepass in theory can fund games with millions of subscribers so its not just a "sales deal." Gamepass with enough subscribers can be a great source of revenue meanwhile games still sell on their own.
Lastly, Xbox One software sales have appeared to be doing well and I imagine the added PC support has helped greatly. So MS games can be profitable even if competitors are having more success.
Not everything Sony has done succeeded either. They had flops, studios have been closed or sold. Yet even their failures aren't found on PS Now.
Good that you gave up on Sony's desire argument, because that was objectively stupid. Desire is clearly not the issue, actually there's no issues. Sony doesn't have to just copy Gamepass, which is a bad idea for the reasons I and many others have posted before.
I'll not repeat myself on adding 1st party titles to PS Now. I've already talked about that as well as many others before, so we don't want to get boringly repetitive here.
I think that your Sony failings comments at the end are irrelevant but I will entertain it. Microsoft failure in building up 1st party content as well as drive overall sales, brought them to option of just sort of their "give away" content strategy. I've talked about that before on this thread so you can just scroll up a bit and read. The failures of Microsoft this generation are relevant for the context of what I'm talking. Past Sony failures aren't.
God bless You.
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