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Sony has revealed a new video featuring the smooth talking skills of PlayStation 4 architect Mark Cerny as he answers a handful of various community questions on both the next-gen console and his own PlayStation 4 exclusive title Knack.

Leading the charge behind the innovation of Sony next console, Cerny reveals that work on PlayStation 4 began in 2007, as a "sort of post-mortem on PlayStation 3 with what worked and what didn't work." Asked what were the biggest challenges for the consoles creative process, Cerny stated that Sony wanted to make sure that "PlayStation 4 was a powerful hardware, but we also wanted to make sure it was an accessible hardware."

"We wanted the game creators to focus on their vision for the titles and not get bogged down on technical details. I think we did succeed in making a console that is easy to develop the games for, and that is reflected in the launch line-up. I think we have the strongest launch line-up for any PlayStation console with PlayStation 4."

More on the next-gen console and his own game, Knack, can be found in the full video below which features some flashy console and game shots. The PlayStation 4 will be available on November 29th.




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