Finally! The PlayStation 4 is getting its long-awaited Japanese release. The PS3 successor is Sony’s most popular game console to date and was released in the West last fall, leaving Japanese gamers to wait until February. It’s sleek, quiet and packs a mean punch — and it isn’t just the graphics that have changed. One of the biggest advances on its predecessor is the console’s new controller.
The PS4’s DualShock 4 controller is a complete redesign from the previous gamepad. It features a touchpad, is more ergonomic and has better, more tactile buttons and triggers.