Finally, we know about the PS4 thanks to Sony’s announcement last week. Well ok, we don’t know how much it will cost, when it’ll actually launch, or even what it actually looks like. But we do know that Sony has promised to make good on their acquisition of Gaikai by streaming PS3 games to the PS4. But what role will streaming play for the PS4? Will we be able to stream PS2 and PSX games at launch? Will native backward compatibility ever arrive on PS4? Conjecture abounds today on the Weekly Wringer as the Commodore talks about the role of backwards compatibility, streaming, and physical vs. digital in the next console generation.
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