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We take a look at everything that's been rumored about the next PlayStation game console from Sony, which is expected to be officially revealed on Wednesday in a New York City press event.
If you have been wondering what the PS4 developer kit looked like, wonder no more as an image of the device has finally hit the web and we even get a look at the new controller too.
Sony has posted up a note on its Twitter account that sends people to a URL with a video that teases a reveal for something Playstation related on February 20th in New York City. Is it for the PS4?
A new rumor claims the main controller design for Sony's next Playstation console will include an LCD screen and biometric sensors on the grips, doing away with the current DualShock design.
More information of the purported power of Microsoft and Sony's next-generation gaming consoles has leaked following yesterday's report regarding the power of the upcoming devices.
A new rumor claims that the next Playstation console from Sony will have a run capability of 1.84 teraflops and that Microsoft's next Xbox will only generate 1.23 teraflops.
A new rumor claims that Sony has shipped a new hardware SDK of the still unconfirmed Playstation 4 game console, with a PC case an a version of AMD's A10 processor inside.
A new rumor claims that the successor to Sony's Playstation 3 game console is called Orbis and that it will not feature backwards compatibility with current PS3 games.