BT writes: Sony came out swinging when they revealed the PS4 console. The company touted improved system memory, more accessible processor architecture, increased support from indie developers, and a number of exclusive titles, including a new intellectual property called Knack. Disappointments included a lack of backwards-compatibility, another attempt to push the PlayStation Eye, and the inability to transfer PSN purchases from the PS3. The jury is still out on the “Share” functionality, DualShock 4, and Gaikai streaming service.
Plenty of questions still remain though. How much will it cost? When will it launch? Does it restrict used game sales in any way? Will we need to connect to the internet every day to access our single-player titles?
I have predictions for all of these questions, plus a few others you didn’t even know you could ask.