That's true, but based on how Sony handles State of Play's since the launch of the PS5, I think its best to temper expectations.
The issue is more that people hype State of Plays more than they should versus Sony doing anything wrong here. We get info on games. A spectacle isn't needed. The problem is many people want mini E3s and not only is this never promised, but shouldn't have been expected to begin with.
Thus, in my eyes, nothing is wrong with their State of Plays.
Yes it's Sony v Human nature and we know who wins that war, despite State of Play's ongoing attempts to keep the optimists in check by way of precisely worded declaration's aimed at preparing us to expect mediocre announcements so lowering expectations all this along with history showing the veracity of those low expectations.
but in the face of all that overwhelming down playing,those high expectations have not diminished instead the expectation rates are high, and rising on a tide full of sickly sweet optimism powered by a never ending number of overly optimistic or delusional human naturists (take your pick) I'm for the later ,that await to pick up the baton every time a colleague succumbs to reality Sony can't win.
Last edited by mjk45 - on 08 March 2022