I've always wondered that, Honestly I hate playing hardcore games on a tablet. Would much rather play on a pc and console
If Sony's gong to market the PlayStation 4 like they have their other consoles, then we should expect at least a ten-year life span for the system. The PlayStation was still selling around a decade after its premiere. The same went for the PlayStation 2. People today still play PlayStation originals. They still play PlayStation 2. We're still playing our PlayStation 3s, and it seems we'll be doing that for awhile.
There's many reasons to get your game on the PlayStation 3 this year, but there'll probably also be reason to hop on board the PlayStation 4 later if not sooner. Being a console gamer all my life, I'm going to stay with it as long as there are reasons to keep moving along. If the PlayStation 4 is able to bait us then Sony will surely try again with a PlayStation 5. Come to think of it however, we've already been given a glimpse into the mind-bending world of PlayStation 9. Building towards that, will this be a home console experience or a reality-based simulator?