I hope the PS4 launch price isn't the same price as the PS3 launch price here in Australia which was $1000.
The PS3 was more expensive than the 360 too, but I also think the "Blu ray" player also contributed to the number of units sold. Either way most people will just stick with what they always had, an Xbox or a Playstation.
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Not again? You'll see. For sure, i will buy a new xbox, i wasted enough for this stupid ps3 And if new xbox will be modded, well..
I don't want to deal anymore with those retard devs for ps3 (and ps4?) and their elite and dongles
i'll be sticking with ps4.. don't know why to be honest.. i doubt you will buy the xbox gen 4 console for price of vita.. $399 au LOL if it is ill be 2 on launch day.. 1 to be hacked and 1 for xbox live..
Saw this news yesterday in Wii-U's perspective, but was afraid to post it, as I though it was disscussed ages ago, I'm not quite following this PS4 stuff.
I think it's too early for next-gen consoles. I'm quite happy playing PS3 nd Wii games, as are many of you too. Previous sony consoles introduced a huge jump from it's predeccessors - PS1 (one of the first 3D console), PS2 & PS3 (huge jump in graphics and sound, internet play, processing powers etc). Not to say, that every next Sony console had new storage media - CDs, DVds, BDs.
What can PS4 possibly introduce? More processing power? Nope, not quite interested. New media? If it's only digital downloads, then it would also be a fail. Something shiny like touch screens and gyroscopes? Stop copying Nintendo. They have this market segment.
I can't really think of awesome new ideas for PS4, sorry Sony.