I consider myself a PlayStation gamer. Although I’ve bought some systems from Sega, Microsoft and Nintendo over the years, I always go back to Sony’s consoles. I’ve been happy when they’ve done well and I’ve stuck with them when they’ve stumbled.Since the announcement of the PlayStation 4 in February 2013, Sony has been knocking out home run after home run. The PlayStation 4 has won this console generation because it’s put the gamers first.Sony’s hubris is what got them into trouble during the PlayStation 3 era, and I’m starting to get worried that with all the success they’ve had with the PS4 thus far that they’re falling back into bad habits.The biggest game in the world right now is “Fortnite,” a battle royale in which you or you and your team are dumped on a big map and everyone fights until one person or team is left. The game is playable on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and iPhone, and the beta testing for Android phones is going on now. Players on the Xbox, Switch, PC and mobile devices can all play together online, but if you play it on a PlayStation 4, you have to play against other PlayStation 4 players.Worse yet, if you created your “Fortnite” account on another system like I did, Sony doesn’t allow you to use that account on the PlayStation, although all other platforms do.