Development kits surfaced across the web yesterday, and spread like wild-fire, of the upcoming Sony PlayStation 4 and its controller prototype that has been confirmed by multiple sources as being the real deal. While the PlayStation 4 itself has not been refined in the photos to the point that would be sold to the public (more just a computer tower with the components of the PlayStation 4 inside), the controller looks to be a simplistic version, in its design and layout, lacking only the polish that we will more than likely see next Wednesday (February 20th, 2013). The controller is a larger variation than we have seen on any PlayStation controller to date, far more than the simple change of adding two analog sticks to the PlayStation One controller. More than just the modifications we have seen, the new controller is a necessary and sensible evolution of the PlayStation remote and a reflection of the overall direction of the gaming market. It just flat out makes sense.