PlayStation 4 Console

For those who missed today's Sony conference live stream, here's a clip from the opening moments -- the unveiling of PlayStation 4's user interface. While it might not look as streamlined as the traditional cross-media bar, it's apparently much faster, and incredibly responsive, and if this is any indication of what to expect down the line, I can't wait to see more.



A gallery of new PlayStation 4 images have hit the Internet, but they're not the long-awaited pictures of the physical box. Don't be so stupid to think that, you idiot! Instead, you can enjoy some shots of the PS4 user interf...



[Destructoid community blogger Wrenchfarm likes to watch you play... which is why he's so excited for the PlayStation 4's new "Share" button. Want to see your own words appear on our front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy ...



Sony's stance on the used game issue seemed fairly straightforward when Shuhei Yoshida said the PlayStation 4 would not block them. However, his exact wording seemed to unnerve some pundits, and the latest from Worldwide Stud...



While we know that PlayStation Move controllers will be supported by PlayStation 4, it wasn't immediately clear if the current DualShock 3 controllers would carry forward into this next console generation. According to SCE Wo...



PlayStation 4 will support a resolution of 4K (four times that of 1080p) for pre-recorded video and images, but not for gameplay, according to Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida. Should you be a stupidly rich per...



So, the PlayStation 4 was revealed last night. Well, bits of it were. We saw the controller, we saw some games, and we got a glimpse at Sony's online plans. There's some encouraging stuff, some worrying stuff, and some stuff ...



Get ready to Move. Sony boss Shuhei Yoshida confirmed this morning in a roundtable discussion that the shiny little light bar on the back of the DualShock 4 controller is for PS Move-like functionality. He called the rear, mu...



There is a question every journalist must ask before posting a piece of news: Who does this hurt, and who does this help? We don't often ask that question, however, because we aren't game journalists -- we're game reporters, ...



Ha! Now it sounds like people are just making sh*t up. These stand-in console names sound bad, and all the projected dates constantly flipping around makes this talk of next generation consoles sound like a ring of nerdy kids...