Playstation 4 Predictions


Playstation 4 aka PS4 is inevitable. The playstation has become less of a gaming console and more of an entertainment system. The blue ray disc reading capability integrated in the playstation 3 further demonstrates what playstation has to offer to consumers of entertainment.

The Playstation 3 has already surprised many of the people who have contributed to its development. It has exceeded everybodies expectations and our guess is, that it will continue to do so up to the very moment the Playstation 4 is released and blows everybody off their feet.

There is no definite date yet or any word that they have started on it, but as they did when the Ps2 was released, it is possible that they started working on the Playstation 4 (PS4) as soon as the Ps3 as released.

Playstation 4 Release Date

It seems like the Playstation 4 release date has varied from 2010, 2011, and 2014. The official PS4 release date has not been announnced by Sony but there is no doubt that there will be a system succeeeding the PS3. The Playstation 3 has yet to reach its peak due to heavy competition but when game developers begin to overlook the blu-ray flaws, the best games will be available on the PS3 and Playstation 3 sales will rise. Resources have been primarily focused on the PS3 at present but once the Playstation 3 is where it needs to be in sales, the available resources will begin to turn its attention to the development of the Playstation 4. We will see the PS4 sometime between 2010 and 2020. Some articles have even mentioned that the PS4 might not even need discs. This would be fine if it was possible for you to download large game files in a short amount of time. But who knows it seems you can do almost anything on the internet nowadays.

This is my predictions

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    2 comments to "Playstation 4 Predictions"

    Techni said...
    April 14, 2008 at 12:20 AM

    "but when game developers begin to overlook the blu-ray flaws"

    WTF Is this fanboy bullshit? OVerlook Bluray's flaws? It's superior in every way to DVD, that's why it was made.

    Disc Transfer rate in Megabytes per Second (Single Layer discs)
    PS3: 9 average 9
    360: 6.65 (inner edge) to 16 (outer edge) average 11.325

    Disc Transfer rate in Megabytes per Second (Dual Layer discs)
    PS3: 9 average 9
    360: 4.389 to 10.64 average 7.5145

    And 99% of 360 titles are on dual layered discs.

    Explanation: DVD reads slower the closer to the center the data is, and there is a second penalty for dual layered discs. Bluray has neither of these flaws. This has the added bonus of developers no longer having to choose where to put data on the disc to have the more-accessed files on the outer edge or no longer putting multiple copies of it on the disc

    Bluray also supports multiplexed streaming far better (loading multiple files at the same time/streaming)

    And since data on Bluray is more densely packed, seek times are also smaller, which also means the motor spins slower resulting in less noise, less heat, less wear and tear on the system

    While you obviously meant this article to be misinformed garbage, I hate when people are ignorant to the facts

    DJYano said...
    April 14, 2008 at 6:45 PM

    Blu-Ray capacity (pre-recorded playback storage):
    Single layer: 23.3GB, 25GB, or 27GB
    Dual layer: 46.6GB, 50GB or 54GB.

    In addition, since the layers are thinner than HD-DVD, in theory more layers can be added to reach capacities of: 100GB-200GB (25GB per layer).

    HD-DVD capacity (pre-recorded playback storage):
    Single layer: 15GB
    Dual layer: 30GB

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