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Submitted by Vyralize 826d ago | news

Sony announces PlayStation 4

Vyralize: After many weeks of waiting, Sony has announced the PlayStation 4. (Gaming, PlayStation 4, Sony)

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Vyralize  +   826d ago
Man it sucks that it can't play PS3 games :(
caseh  +   826d ago
Not surprising really, they didn't halt manufacture on the PS3 60gb models with b/w compatabiliy due to costs. Its because far more money can be made from reselling the games via PSN.

I imagine PS4 will be the same, but with PS3 classics available through its variation on the PSN store.
Sarcasm  +   825d ago
Yeah it would have been nice to just sell the PS3 and fund that towards the PS4 and have one system.

But they did say "in the future" they are planning to support PS1, PS2, and PS3 games through Gaikai. Maybe once broadband gets better for more consumers.
RonyDean  +   826d ago
I NEED ONE OF THESE NOW! - The low power mode is quite awesome also glad they are using Gaikai. it looks pretty great so far!

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