The lights are on
Don't get too excited. The teaser shows a number of quick glimpses of small parts of the PlayStation 4 design. The star of the show though, is the fuzzy black rectangle.
One of the criticisms Sony received after the February presentation was that the PlayStation 4 design wasn't revealed. People want to know how the next generation console is going to fit into their living rooms.
At the Sony E3 press conference on June 10, we'll likely have our answer. For now, you can cast your gaze on the teaser below.
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Despite being a huge MGS fan, I opted for the 360 this generation. I don't know if I can do that to myself again
personally, I think who cares how it looks? it will spend most of its time in my media cabinet, gathering dust. I'd personally prefer a smaller design so it takes up less room, and better heat management. the PS3 puts out some serious heat...
Wow you guys are late! I come to you for my gaming news guys. Step your game up!
ahhhhh i just want to see it already lol
The 4 looks kinda like the 4 from Persona 4.
Wow. I can't wait! It's gonna be awesome!
I wish they'd just show the console or wait until E3 and reveal it without these 'Teasers'. They really didn't develop any excitement, it was just more annoying than anything.
It looks like a blurred DS game
Kind of a cool little teaser, although at the end of the day it doesn't much matter what it looks like this tease has gotten me more excited to see the full reveal.
Looks about the size of PS3 slim(first one)
It's too square to be an awesome system. That's what people are saying. Basically it better be the semi truck that turns into Optimus Prime.
Interest sparked, yup.
Hmmm...looks very promising...
I hope it has two disc trays, that's all. I'm totally serious. I hate swapping out a game for a movie or some other DVD. Don't know why - it's not like I'm lazy. I'll leave a game to go anywhere else in the house, and walk around outside all the time. But the act of getting up, switching discs and sitting right back down is really dumb and inefficient and we should've done away with it by now. WITHOUT resorting to Netflix or rebuying a video as digital content via PSN (or Xbox Marketplace, or whatever your service of choice is).
A black box..who would have guessed?