Since 1994, Sony has developed a game, and first released on the PlayStation in Japan. Since then, the play has been little change in the next major redesign through advanced PS2 to PS3, and now the new PlayStation4. Control DUALSHOCK will have a touch pad and motion sensor - new features added to the controller. Classic game we all know and love!
|Hard drive||Built-in (500GB)|
|Motion control||Move controller|
|CPU||8-core x86 AMD|
|Suspend/resume game support||Yes|
|Native gameplay sharing (video)||Yes|
|Real-time gameplay steaming||Yes (Ustream)|
View from E3
If console battles were decided by the frequency and volume of whoops and cheers from excitable gaming fanatics, then Sony has won it hands down.
The biggest of all was about price. The PS4 will cost $399 or £349, a price point which drew gasps and then cheers from the audience in Los Angeles.
Cost aside, it was Sony's stance on DRM - digital rights management - which also drew huge applause.
"PS4 will not impose any new restrictions on your use of PS4 game discs," said Jack Tretton, boss of Sony Computer Entertainment America.
It was a cheer for what his audience saw as basic right.
Unlike Microsoft, however, Sony has still to provide a launch date, indicating only that the PS4 would be released in time for the "holidays" - a reference to Christmas.
Playstation4 games that have been announced include Knack, Killzone: Shadow Fall, inFamous: Second Son, Driveclub, Deep Down, Destiny, The Witness, Diablo III and FINAL FANTASY REALTIME TECH DEMO