The UI can be wonky, but it might be okay.
Be ready to manage your hard drive. A lot.
Navigating through your digital library of games might be a pain in the ass.
There is nothing out yet for PS4 to justify your spending $400 to upgrade. Play cross platform games on your PS3 and save a lot of money. For now.
The new controller is awesome (but weâ€™ve known this since E3 because weâ€™re giving you the same talking points on the controller that we did back in June).
You can shunt all your game audio through the controller and into regular-ass headphones. This is also awesome.
You can charge your PS4 controller without having to actually turn the PS4 on. Thank god.
We have no idea if PlayStation Networkâ€™s social functions on PS4 will be any good because no one is ON the PlayStation Network on PS4 yet.
We think Party chat will work correctly, but weâ€™re not sure.
Streaming console gaming to Twitch or making some videos of console game play is now easy. Also thank God, if it works. Capture cards are a pain in the ass.
Get a Facebook account if you donâ€™t already have one, because you can only publish clips or screenshots to Facebook.
Looking at your friendsâ€™ gaming activity is like looking at Google+. This is perhaps not a good thing.
We have no idea if the PlayStation 4 is any good because we have to publish these reviews two days before the system is released or else lose web traffic to all our competitors and/or be skinned alive by all the readers who want these drippings of information as ammunition to be hurled at their enemies in the ongoing Console Wars.