As the backlash waves crash upon the Xbox shore, Sony has finally shown us the PS4. With more of a focus on gaming (though this might just be a jab at the all-encompassing Big Brother aspect of the Xbox One), the PS4 will not require an internet connection for you to play. Perhaps the biggest news is the fact that the new PlayStation will clock in at a hundred bucks less than its Microsoft competitor. The new DualShock 4 wireless controllers offers a touch pad and a sensitive six-axis sensor for a new kind of gaming experience, and the system will have the ability to learn about your likes and dislikes in an effort to help you discover work from certain creators or in certain genres. It comes out November 15th in the US and should make for an interesting battle between the two consoles.