Still, it’s worth noting that if Sony were to bring PS4 backwards compatibility, there would be an backlash from the rest of the gaming community

Sony’s own PS3 peripheral, the EyeToy, has been a great success for everyone who has used it. It’s not only at home as a camera on the console but has also been a great replacement for the Move. Sony’s own camera, Sony’s EyeToy, has been a great success for everyone who has used it. It’s not only at home as a camera on the console but has also been a great replacement for the Move. So if you’re looking for a PS4 controller that isn’t a Kinect, we can certainly help with that. Just check out our list of the best PS4 games for proof. Still, it’s worth noting that if Sony were to bring PS4 backwards compatibility, there would be an backlash from the rest of the gaming community. And that’s what Sony is banking on. Having the PS3 with a strong line-up of first-party PS4 games would certainly advantage the company in that way. The fact that the PS4 currently has a strong first-party library, with Final Fantasy, is another matter. Would the Xbox 360 have an equally strong line-up of games if Sony started enabling third-party support? Would the Wii U have a similar line-up. If PS4’s games are limited in scope, would the Xbox One have a similar line-up? And what about the whole backwards compatibility thing? But we’re not saying that all of PlayStation’s problems would befall Sony’s new machine. It may well be beneficial for the gamer, but that may well be short-term hardware changes that would have to be addressed artificially. As mentioned before, it’s worth noting that the PS4 was already underwhelming before it was even released. The same could be said with PS4 Pro – the specs were said and confirmed before the console even existed. The problem with this is that it’s not a hardware issue. If the PS4 doesn’t have backwards compatibility, there will be fewer third-party games to play on the machine. If the PS4 does have backwards compatibility, there will be fewer third-party games to play on the machine. And if the PS4 had a second-hand market, wouldn’t the company want to be the first to jump in? So the PS4 might have to follow the third-party trend, but that could be disastrous for Sony. So what do you think? Would you prefer PlayStation to be the only console with full backwards compatibility? Or do you want more options? The games are up to you. Would you rather PlayStation have more options? Or would you prefer Xbox have more options? The games are up to you.