Sony finally revealed their next generation gaming console last February 20 at Manhattan Center Studios in New York. We watched the announcement live stream that is two hours long but majority of this PlayStation Meeting 2013 is boring. After months of speculation, it drawn excitement and curiosity to many PlayStation fans. I personally felt a little bit frustrated by the lack of physical unit design and features reveal. There are some good parts but I recommend to those really interested to watch the event and choose only the highlights instead.
They discussed system next generation feature and specs alongside a new controller called DualShock 4, new PlayStation Eye camera and lots of upcoming games. What I mostly like about this announcement is the all-new-design of DualShock PS controller with touchpad, share button and more, but the biggest changes is the “Share” button that allows players to easily send screenshots and video clips to places such as Ustream, Facebook and PlayStation Network, where fellow gamers can comment and even join your game in new ways.
Aside from DualShock 4 PS4 controller, another device that was highlight in the event is the new PlayStation Eye. This next generation Eye features two 1280 x 800 high-sensitive cameras with 85 degree wide-angle lenses. It also has four built-in microphones that promises facial recognition and player positioning and depth sensing to enhance PlayStation Move support.
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