Last year, the amazing 4K high-definition resolution was revealed. You can actually buy a TV now that supports such an insane resolution, although it'll cost you $25k.
Many were wondering if Sony's new PlayStation would support the new high-def limit and as it turns out, it will. But according to Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida, the games will not . So don't expect to see titles running at wacky native 4K resolution later in the system's lifespan.
The system will support 4K resolution output for video recorded in that format. So that's something, right? In addition, Yoshida confirmed that there will be no price cut for the PlayStation Vita in North America. At least, "not anytime soon." Sony slashed the price of their new portable in Japan a few weeks ago and many assumed the same would happen in other regions. However, citing exchange rates as one of the reasons, Yoshida said this won't be happening.
Well, that's okay for now. Everyone is all PS4 crazy, right?