Sony and Microsoft have been struggling for a while due to the fact that they are both owned by the same company, and they both have a lot of money. The fact is that both companies are trying hard to find new markets and new ways to make money, and they are both looking to grow their businesses.
Sony and Microsoft are two companies that might be able to grow their businesses, but it’s hard to tell how Sony’s and Microsoft’s business plans will go. I think that they will continue to focus on the gaming industry, because that is still the largest market for their products, but that they will try to get into other markets, including non-gaming and other entertainment and consumer products.
Sony is looking to double its revenue at the office, and will continue growing in other markets, but the biggest growth area will be in entertainment, which Sony is well on its way to building.
Sony has recently been very aggressive in trying to get into the entertainment industry with their PlayStation Network, but its not clear if they will be able to do that. In gaming Sony is making their own consoles, and they are working to develop their own content and game engines. In addition, they have been making a lot of acquisitions, and I think it is possible that they will be buying SEGA to try to make them grow their distribution center.
With Sony working to make their own consoles, I think they are going to be able to take advantage of third party developers and content (which is one of their strengths), and I think they will be able to get a lot of content to market that they will be able to distribute more quickly than Nintendo. But it is hard to know what to take with a lot of companies.
The only thing we know for certain is that there is a good chance that the big three (Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft) will be buying them all at the same time. It would be very surprising to see them all be the only three, but I’m sure there will be multiple purchases. Nintendo’s biggest weakness is their games library, but they have some good ones, as well as some that aren’t their strongest.
What exactly is more surprising? Sony, buying Nintendo for the most part or buying Nintendo for the most part? I think the first will happen, but I still can’t say that I am 100% sure. Sony seems to be focused on software now, and it’s hard to imagine Nintendo buying Sony for the graphics and video game experience.
To be honest, I think Sony buying Nintendo just makes more sense, as their library is probably more important, and they are clearly the ones with the strongest game library.
The most important thing is that Nintendo is still a very powerful brand to be able to sell software, and Sony could still be a powerhouse in software if they do buy Nintendo. I think this could be a good thing.
Personally, I would love to see Nintendo buying Sony. But I think that if Nintendo does, Sony won’t be forced to have to buy Nintendo like it has been. And if that happens, I think Nintendo will focus on software, and Sony will focus on consoles. The two should work well together.