Sony's PlayStation 4 event ended with mystery, but the company did give at least one well-known outsider the chance to put the system through its paces during a live demo.
So Sony officially announced the PS4 is coming, but why didn't it show the box? The answer to that and more inside.
Are you ready for a new console? Because the next-generation of console gaming begins with Sony's PlayStation 4.
The next PlayStation controller looks like it'll be part DualShock 3, part PlayStation Move, and part PS Vita.
Sony's next generation console is coming and it may be revealed in as little as three weeks.
A newly sprouted rumor indicates Sony could differentiate itself from its rivals with a controller that takes a few cues from the Wii U and PS Vita.
Sony might not be ready to talk PlayStation 4, but that doesn't mean the tech/gaming press isn't. Gaming blog Kotaku has the scoop on what could be a very bold change in gears for Sony's next game console.
Now that the PS Vita has launched in three major regions, focus is turning back on Sony's home console. The latest intel suggests Sony will ditch the complex Cell architecture for the PlayStation 4 and go with AMD for next-gen CPUs and GPUs. The switch would reportedly make the PS4 much more developer-friendly.
Sony's still pushing its PlayStation 3 to be the only box gamers will ever need, but that doesn't mean it isn't thinking ahead. With Microsoft preparing its next Xbox for launch in 2013, it's only logical that Sony is hard at work on a PlayStation 4 as we speak.
Gamers want the PlayStation 4. Developers want the PlayStation 4. Sony says not to expect the PS4 for at least another handful of years. What's a brother to do if he really wants a PS4? If your name is Joseph Dumary, you design your own and cram it with so much futuristic tech, the "father of the PlayStation," Ken Kutaragi, would cry tears to see this thing make it past the the concept stage.