TPG - The Playstation 3 comes packed with a large amount of features, yet many of the major ones are barely supported. The PS4 needs to fix that.
that design is awesome ALSO controler need change..ps3 should went with that banana design it was epic i hope ps4 controler will be close to that
The only reason I never bought a ps2 and 3 was because of the controller. I don't have kiddie hands, my thumbs would hit using the analog sticks, and it was annoying. The controllers weight was too light for me. If Sony designs a new controller (which I am not confident they will given three gens of virtually the same design) then a ps4 will be sitting in my living room day one of launch. And the triggers suck ass.
"The return of video recorder, with 720P support" Although he writes 720p minimum, I really hope it's 1080p minimum, and that you could choose to store the video on the PS4's HDD, and external HDD via USB 3.0/Thunderbolt, or to a network HDD via Ethernet cable (guess WiFi is too slow for doing that + a lot of other traffic at the same time...). There are 3 major things I can't wait to find out about the PS4: 1: The final Specs 2: The interface - hopefully something new and awesome 3: Which features will it have at launch
All they need to do is advance it a bit....like, give it a touch pad on the back that would resemble something like the VITA. DUAL SHOCK/SIX AXIS has been great and there's no need to fix what isn't broken. :)
the only changes the controller needs are the L2 and R2 but I don't see Sony not changing those.Though I would personally like them to increase the area between the analogs.Im thinking an extra 1/2 inch would be good enough.
Yea, they should get rid of the triggers and replace them with normal buttons. They annoy the hell out of me, every time i try put the controller down while in Vidzone it tries to fastforward the clip i'm watching.
the triggers are awesome
all ps4 need is games and more games. hell with extra features if it'll keep cost down to 299-350.00 another 600.00 console wont work this time sony.
PS4, 6 features that needs improving? Were still on PS3, PS4 Isn't available yet. M a dedicated PlayStation fan, n m quite confident Sony will deliver only goodness with their next console, just like with all their previous platforms. Having too much fun on PS3 though 2 even think that far ahead. Forget the crybabies Sony, support PS3 til the wheels fall off, then make that significant leap 2yrs from now. Game on.
Just get someone other than sce Japan to make the operating system and get some proper triggers. That's it.
Sony really need to change their outdated controller if the PS4 one was more like the onlive controller that would be a step in the right direction. The ps3 analog sticks aren't doing it for me especially as my thumbs keep slipping off it
Why is everyone dissing the control, I find it very comfortable in my hand and its not too big. If it ain't broke why waste 100,000's of quid redesigning it.
All I want is a better OS and a much better system for synching trophies. Ideally it will be instant an automatic. And games of course, but Sony always deliver the games so no fear in that regard.
I have no problem with the PS3 controller, but I would recommend they create one that is suited for larger hands, and has a different button layout. I heard a bunch of excuses why people who only game on Xbox 360 don't play PS3, and the controller is generally the biggest complaint. Also the back touch screen seems like a pretty good idea for better Vita compatibility, Not just to copy Wii-U.
sony needs a JRPG first party studio and a WRPG first party studio too, i think thats one of the genres they lacked exclusive support this generation, i know there are quite a few really good RPGs on the system but none of them come from SCE, i think White Knight Chronicles series is decent but nothing spectacular, i still cant believe they didnt have faith in Demons Souls on the west (what a missed opportunity), other than that they have pretty much any other genre covered.
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