The controller looks pretty nice. It'll look pricey for a replacement and I'm not too sure if it'll see too much 3rd party development.
The ability to stream PS4 games onto your PS Vita.
The controller, whatever PS+/equivalent has in store and hopefully Gaikai (I don't know if they confirmed that it'll definitely be used to stream games from previous generations, perhaps someone can enlighten me).
I really like all the recording/live-streaming features. I enjoy watching and creating commentaries and I think this will take it to the next level. I also think the fact that you can take control of a friends game is really awesome
What do you mean? Like if your playing TDM could a friend take over?How do you think the friend control function would work in multi-player?
Yet Xbox One seemed to miss this part...The ability to play video games!
This^^^The ability to stream PS4 games onto your PS Vita.
And this ^^^The ability to play video games!
This but I want a 4k monitor one day.I think 3rd party development is going to be pretty big this time around. All platforms are x86 (minus Wii-U) which means less headaches and when you code for one you code for them all. I mean you will have to make adjustments due to the windows kernel and the linux kernel, but hey so much easier than having to code for the cell and powerpc crap they had before.
Perfect wording! ^^^
I am looking forward to consoles finally being able to produce content at true 1080p. About freaking time. Also, 4k content in the form of movies and television shows.
Asians have small hands lol jk but this also ^^^I'm really interested to see more of the controller. My only real problem with the PS3 was that the controller didn't really feel right in my hands, it was too small and I never felt like I have a solid grip on it. I can't really tell from the pictures, but hopefully the PS4 controller is bulked up a bit to fit our hands better...Other than that the controller looks sweet!
I'm looking forward to the exclusives the most though, I can't wait to get my hands on the new Killzone title and being able to stream it to friends is pretty cool!
This but I want a 4k monitor one day.
Even the capability to drive a 4k monitor in a gaming scenario is limited on the PC side. To do that even now you are going to be spending about $3000 on just graphics cards which are going to need another supporting $1000 CPU, Motherboard, and RAM cost. Not to mention 4K television and monitor costs ($20k+ atm o_O).
I think they made the right choice, 1080p gaming with 4k media options. That should have them covered for the next 7-8 years no problem.