wait, so games on a $400 console that just came out 2 months before 2014 looks better than a console from 2006? are you sure?
my point is, the difference between ps4 and ps3 is like... small details, and resolution. and the power of the PS4 isn't enough to make the difference that great. After actually experiencing the ps4 first hand, i realized that the power difference between teh ps4 and the xbox one was virtually meaningless. We're talking small details and resolution differences that are trivial unless you're paying close attention, obviously those differences add up but i'll put it this way, i think the PS4 is not powerful enough to be a meaningfully improved experience over the PS3, and like an earlier poster said, once we get 4k tv's, the PS4 will be woefully underpowereed