Reports and rumors about Sony's next-generation PlayStation, typically known as the PlayStation 4 (PS4), have been flying for months now.
I am always somewhat suspicious of a new console that hits the market amidst talk of how hardware and raw horsepower isn't the true focus of the system.
Sony has been understandably tight-lipped about its upcoming Playstation 4 system in recent months as the current console cycle winds down.
With the next-generation PlayStation game console expected to debut later this year, rumors about the engimatic system continue to build.
There's nothing in the world that enflames hard-core fans more than claims that their beloved next-generation console isn't as powerful as the competition.
Both the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 have been around for an embarrassingly long time.
Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 console will reportedly support resolutions of up to 4K.
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Sony's next gen-console will reportedly be powered by an AMD GPU, and, most likely, an AMD CPU as well.
Console fans are eagerly awaiting the launch of Microsoft's next-gen system known as the Xbox 720 or "Next."