Sony capitalized on a combination of nostalgia and historical preservation with its PSP, PS3 and Vita generation of hardware. The whole process made buying and playing old classics easy and affordable, and often gave Nintendo’s own Virtual Console a run for its money.
The PS4 has virtually none of that, and by ignoring its line of classic games, it’s leaving money on the table. What the PS4 currently has are compromises; half-steps that give the illusion of a celebration of its history but are effectively hamstrung by their own implementation.
[Source: gamesradar.com ]