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Sony PS4 – What we want to see

In the world of gaming, Sony has barely been out of the headlines for the past couple of months, with its latest handheld console getting everyone very excited.

The PS Vita is now less than one week from our stores – so close we can almost touch it. The jury is out on whether the device will be a runaway success, despite how great it clearly is.

But with a wealth of pretty decent games available on smartphones, will people be willing to shell out £250 for another portable device?

Sony will certainly be hoping so, and the Vita’s quality deserves to be seen by as many gamers as possible. But as hyped as the Vita is, it’ll be no match for Sony‘s next console.

We’re talking of course, about the PS4. Just thinking about this next-gen console powerhouse gets us all tingly inside. So what would we like to see in the PS4?

Touchscreen controllers for PS4

The use of screens in console controllers looks set to kick off later this year, with the release of the Nintendo Wii U.

We’ve all seen the photos of the Wii U’s bulky controller, and it’ll be interesting to see just how Nintendo utilise it.

We’ve also heard rumours of a touchscreen controller in the Xbox 720, so surely it would make sense to have one with the PS4? Maybe a basic version of the PS Vita as the controller?

3D technology in the PS4

It is a well-known fact that both the PS3 and the Xbox 360 are capable of delivering 3D images, but neither Sony or Microsoft have chosen to utilise the technology yet.

But as gamers demand more from their gaming experiences, it would be good to see just what Sony can do with 3D gaming.

Improved Move in the PS4

Not one to be outdone by the likes of Kinect, Sony released Playstation Move in 2010 – receiving rave reviews around the world.

Playstation Move is a very accurate and responsive piece of kit, so we want to see just how far Sony can take it in the PS4.


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