Think Sony will stream the PS 4 All Access event into Home on 11/14 as we all get ready for the launch of the Playstation 4. If you're not standing in line somewhere trying to get a PS 4 will you watch the event whether it be on tv or in PS Home?
With no Home on PS4, no ability to play my CDs, a few other reasons I can't recall right now 'cos I'm tired, loss of PS3 digital store purchases, and charging to go online (which I probs wouldn't mind if I didn't already subscribe to DCUO), I highly doubt I'll bother, unfortunately. Most of what the PS4 has to offer isn't going to outshine what my PS3 Super Slim already does.
You are aware that the PS 3 and PS 4 have totally different architectures right? So if you bought games on the PS Store for your PS 3 they were developed for that system and wouldn't work on your PS 4. Now Gaikai will be coming sometime next year where you'll be able to stream games to your PS 4.
Streaming Games, Worse idea yet... We have to pay for those and we wouldn't even own those games.... Now if they were on our HDD like they are on PS3 that would be better... But Streaming Games PASS!!!
:^/ For me the trouble with streaming games from a server is bandwidth and lag. An Internet connection as fast as local hard drive access would be insanely expensive. No thanks, we're on DSL here, and it's plenty enough for everything we do. I'll keep my PS3 for PS3 stuff, and limit my PS4 to PS4 stuff. No streaming required that way.
I won't be getting a PS4 for these reasons:
A) I have, right now, 4 consoles hooked up--two of which are Sony and two of which are Nintendo. I still have the PS2 because the majority of my game collection is PS2 games (well, I probably have more PSX games, but I can emulate those on my laptop or play them on any of the Sony consoles so far)--and the slim PS3 doesn't have backward compatibility, even though with the PS3 hardware even software emulation of these games would be possible (I can almost emulate PS2 games on my laptop, but my hardware makes for very stuttered gameplay). I'm am very tired of having all these consoles. Having a PS4 would just make one more system that I don't have room for. And no, I am NOT paying for an online subscription and I am NOT rebuying all of my PS2/PS3 games just so I can play them on my mediocre internet connection. Just... NO.
B) Home may or may not be coming to the new system. I see no reason to extrapolate. This speaks for itself.
C) First Gen machines are terrible. They burn up. Or have some kind of fatal flaw or glitch. I never buy First Gen machines, so I wouldn't be buying one on Release Day anyway, even if I planned on getting one.
I spend a lot of money on Home, and if it was ported over, I would no doubt eventually buy the new system just to keep enjoying this service. But Sony has forgotten that their main consumer base is NOT CHILDREN. Children do not have jobs and have no money. They might be able to sucker their parents into buying a system, but how many are going to pay a subscription? The only ones who are going to do this are the ones with enough disposable income to shell out for yet another entertainment service, or the Hardcore Gamers who will pretty much shell out for anything just for the sake of Gaming.
But most gamers I know (including myself) don't discard their games after they are done. Most like to play them again. And again. It's rediculous to expect Sony's customers to do that. Or to force them to re-buy these games, just to get them on the new system. It's all software. Made to be compatible with Sony systems. If the PS4 is all that it's touted to be as far as graphics are concerned, then software emulation of these games should be possible and made readily available. At the VERY LEAST PS2 and PSX games, because by now this should be well within the capabilities of a system which is basically a HDD and a dedicated graphics card.
For those of you who get the PS4, I hope it is all you expected and more. But until Sony can engineer a better solution for playing our beloved older games besides forcing new formats on us every time, I won't be buying another system. ESPECIALLY if there's no Home.