I will still appreciate the PS4 though. It is $100 cheaper. And if someone is on a budget and wants some good gaming, I might still recommend it. Their developer policy isn't terrible - from what I've heard, they will loan many developers a dev kit for a year and then expect them to pay about $2500 when the year is up. I have my reasons that if I was to pay that much, I would develop for the Wii U instead. The PS4 has much better performance than the Wii U on paper, but it will be limited by Unity's use of a single core for a lot of tasks and 32-bit which allows for only 4GB memory.