Sony reveals PS4 user interface

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Sony has shown off what the user interface for its PlayStation 4 will look like, along with some examples of how the PS4 will work with tablets and smartphones.

Sony's PlayStation 4 launch last week may not have shown us what the console looked like (and left some other things unanswered), but the company has been more than happy to give us a good look at what the user experience will be like.

Here are a few of the screens you'll see on the PS4, along with some examples of how Sony will integrate gaming with your tablet and smartphone.




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The Stav posted a comment   
Australia

Looks like I'll be keeping my more potent ( in terms of combined hardware, not gaming optimized hardware ) desktop after all. Compared with the specs that are 'known' in the PS4.
At $899 for the new Playstation, I'll also be hanging on to my relacement PS3 purchased in January this year for $229 plus the 120GB SSD sata3 upgrade, for at least another 5 years.

 

LarryW posted a comment   

THIS WEBSITE IS HORRIBLE?!?

 

booboosix40 posted a comment   
Australia

In Adelaide today noticed a sign in a EB games shop "pre-order Ps4" checked out there website pre-orders of Ps4 $899 no date. Going by the ps3 pricing on release that would make it $499-$599 in the US, would that be about right. Looks like Aussies going to get ripped again.

 

maniac256 posted a reply   
Australia

Us Aussies always get screwed man it sucks. On the bright side I hardly think the PS4 will get the amazing reception in australia that they expect. Whats it have that the PS3 doesn't? better graphics that's about it. If you want better graphics get out of your house lol.

 

MitchellT posted a comment   

They better give the PS3 this UI in an update. XMB is getting old

 

JFMotumbo posted a reply   
Australia

Why? It is functional and easy to use and gets the job done.




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