Thankfully, E3 2013 was the event that Microsoft took advantage of to reveal the actual gaming console to hundreds of gaming fans. Sony proceeded to reveal the actual hardware that compromises the PlayStation 4, and judging from the looks of it, it seems Sony is serious about launching the it this year.
Heck, the design even looks serious, with its black-matte color and edgy, almost angular design. The PS4 is powered by a single-chip processor from AMD that touts 8 cores and a GPU Radeon graphics engine.
It has an 8GB memory and a storage space of about 500GB. The PS4 is controlled by a dual-shock 4 controller that features a touch page and motion sensor. It will be available this holiday season at $399.