We all know Sony is struggling - with almost 6 billion losses in FY 2012. Today, they unveiled the PS4. I watched the whole presentation, and sadly, Sony did what it does best: present the same old like it would be a revolution. What did we see? A controller embedded PS Move, that not even one single demo game utilized. A few new games that also launch for the PS3. Okay, this is a big one: Diablo 3. But yeah, it's also available for PS3, so what? Furthermore, they didn't introduce any new concept. The good? Instant on, play & pause games, start games before they are fully downloaded, and a trusted X86 CPU with a normal GPU, so very easy programming for the developers. Is it enough? I doubt it. I'm a PlayStation guy. I always was. Even if I don't game that much, I enjoyed playing Heavy Rain and Dragon Age 1/2 on my PS3. Still I would choose the Wii U over the PS4 - simply because Nintendo is able to deliver games that make real fun. I trust Nintendo for making a good Zelda, a good Mario and so on. Sony? Well, with some luck, there are a few good games - but innovation? Look somewhere else. For home entertainment, there's Microsoft with their XBox 360. They do this pretty well, and better than Sony in every way. We know Sony's camera business does quite good, but the rest of the company ... Let's hope for the best! If you play sometimes on a console, what do you think about the PS4?