The PS3 is probably selling for that NOW. Sardonic's closer to the mark.
But yeah... PS4 I guess will have better graphics... but who cares about that. I still go back to PS1/PS2 games and enjoy them regardless of the huge difference in graphic ability. Hell, some of those graphics actually hold up. Then there's 'enhanced processor' which means next to nothing as I really don't think we're reaching anywhere close to the limit of what these consoles can handle, and the PS4 certainly won't compare to a good solid PC.
The new controller apparently has a 'share' button. Which you could probably just integrate with a software download on the PS3, so that's just laziness on their part. I mean, it's not as if anything that function does is groundbreaking or original. It's just making popular things accessible, which once again, you just do with a software update as I'm pretty sure that the 'share' button will just open up a menu where you choose between all the functions and what you're sharing and etc. Hell, on the 360 this'd just be something added ot the guide menu, and on the PC... oh whaddaya know? You can easily do it yourself on there.
The PSMove isn't impressive. It's a belated attempt at competing with the Wii's success, and it's actually inferior to the Kinect. It will also be cared about as little as the Kinect is, if not less. Sony really is behind the curve there. 8GB memory isn't impressive. My XBox that I got back in like 2007 had 16. External harddrives are common by people who need them. And you can now buy an Xbox with like a 250 GB built in harddrive IIRC. And considering how popular DLC is, the fact that they're only offering 8 when you can get flash drives with better memory is kinda sad.
And a lot lot less! Legit, the PS4 announcement revealed nothing. All we got is that the PS4 is gonna be just like the PS3 but apparently with some hardware upgrades. And that's it. Essentially what we expected, with no ingenuity or anything to set it apart from the pack. Honestly, only thing we learned is that despite the fact that the Wii demolished this gen of consoles when it came to sales, and that the PS3 had a horribly slow start and could be easily argued as the overall loser, that Sony is continuing to do nothing different.
As for these amazing titles, Destiny is not a PS4 exclusive. It's just not gonna be an Xbox exclusive, which we all expected it wouldn't anyhow, however Bungie's fanbase is mostly on Xbox because that's where Halo is, so really not anything for Sony to rave about. As for Diablo, it's a PC game. Not a PS4 game. Fanbases are very different, games don't always cross over perfectly unless you're Valve. And especially not if they're tactical RPGs. Probably won't get cross-buys. And moreover, why in the name of Admin would anybody buy Diablo III for the PS4 when they probably already have it on the PC? Which, as is a given, is a much better platform for games than most consoles in terms of hardware.
So congrats. You're ranting and raving about what is basically the PS3, which was basically the PS2 but with built in wifi and bluray, which was basically an upgraded version of the PS1. Nintendo has the decency to innovate the hell out of their systems, and so popular that the other two actually copy them, while Microsoft gave us the two things that have completely overtaken mainstream console gaming, online multiplayer (Xbox Live) and those darned achievables.
PS: Steam Box was more exciting than this.