This used to be true, although Sony’s other studios have basically nullified this. They showed Killzone (first person shooter), Infamous (open world superhero game; the first two have been AWESOME), The Order: 1886 (looks to be some sort of shooter), Knack (cutesy platformer for kids), and Driveclub (realistic racing game). However, Sony did say that they have 20 PS4 games in development, and 12 of them are new franchises. Microsoft has less in-house studios, which means less exclusives in the long run. The only reason they have so many launch exclusives is that they spent $1 billion securing them.
Sony is also much more friendly to independent game developers, allowing them to self-publish (like the App Store).
Of course it has! Instagram never fully caught on until it came to Android, so it makes total sense that the same happened to Vine. Really, it’s kind of stupid it took this long. In the beginning, I was having fun making Vines, but there were so few people on the network there was no point. Now, I’m no longer interested, and judging by the precipitous drop in content being created by my friends, I can see I’m not the only one.
All I really want is AirDrop for iOs, not only to share photos a d stuff ios to ios (imagine taking photos on your phone and putting them on your iPad) but also ios to Mac. Bluetooth in the iPhone could do that, right?
Maybe it’s just me, but I would much rather they pursue more content that’s not available now (maybe try to re-negotiate that Starz nonsense or something) then go out and create their own. I just want Community! I mean, I have the DVDs, but blu rays don’t exist, so HD Netflix streams would be my only hope.