I don't think we'll see much about new hardware from Sony or Microsoft. After rumors of the next Xbox having an old $60 GPU in it, I doubt either will spring for huge upgrades. Consoles will probably take a small step. UDK 4 will be above them though. Kind of eager to see how that works out. I'm more excited about Siggraph or the GDC as far as new toys are concerned.
Games are kind of lackluster. Tomb Raider looks like another game for industry "journalists" to latch onto in the interest of politics. The PS1 game was fun. It had a female main character and guys loved playing as her. She was wealthy, she loved adventure, she shot things. I'm not really sure why it needs to turn into Uncharted 4: Serious Business. Probably because they "want the Call of Duty audience" and "wants to draw in new fans." Reviewers will get paid to give it a 10/10, which will validate it and then Kotaku can spend the next six months talking about it empowering female gamers.
Sorry I'm still a bit bitter of the Bioware and Mass Effect 3 fiasco.
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