Sometime a few months before Christmas, consumers can expect the launch of two next-generation gaming systems from Microsoft Corp. and Sony Corp., which are expected to dazzle the eyes of consumers and hard-core gamers.
Games get played on lots of devices these days — everything from smart phones to powerful personal computers — but game consoles have a special place. Their users frequently connect their systems to big screen digital TV sets in order to catch the full glory of the advanced digital imagery created by the games and rendered on the screen by the console.
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