- Jun 30, 2016
Yeah, can't even get one.
Dude do you even know who you are replying to? I just totally deconstructed your hilarious assessment of the PS5 situation in several other threads.
My post in this thread was meant as a bit of ironic sarcasm because the PS5 is obviously doing GREAT. When it's doing great, they have no reason to say "PS5 is alive and well". It's meant to show that if a successful platform isn't saying it, it reveals uncertainty, weakness and defensiveness that Google has to "let us know" that Stadia is doing OK (it isn't).
PS5 is the fastest selling console ever released. Wouldn't it feel a bit awkward and unusual if they said it's "alive and well"?