Probably. The PS3 has been great, PSN is neck and neck with XBL and I have never had issues with a console not working since the PS1 days. (I've owned PS1,2,3 and a PSP, no problems at all). The only issue I have had this gen is I bought the PS3 when it was really expensive because I thought Versus and the Last Guardian would be coming out soon and would be exclusive and here I am 5 years later with both games unlikely to come out on the PS3 but that issue is not with Sony. If the price is right and they have a good library I will get the next gen Sony console.
It has to have BC with PS3, PS2, and PS1 games. It has to be easily hackable just like how the PSX, PS2, and PSP was. It cannot block used games, it cannot be charging those god damn online passes. And Sony should not be imposing their strict anti-piracy policies on the consumers like they did with the Vita and PS3. Then there would be a reason to buy one.
Based off this gen, I'd wager I will buy one and prob pick up a wii u eventually too. Microsoft is the one I'm doubting.
Isn't Microsoft the one making a lot of money right now? While Sony is no way, shape, or form to lose money off the next console like they did the PS3?
How does MS making a lot of money improve my gaming experience? It would be one thing if they used said money to fund new games, but that is clearly not the case. Xbox 360 was good console for the 1st couple years, but it's obvious MS is more interested in attracting new customers, not satisfying the ones they currently have.