The PS4 had a somewhat controversial reveal back in February. Its large array of social features have caused a lot of debate, and the several teaser trailers which debuted with it have excited some and evoked skepticism in others. I have a feeling this bit of news will do the same; the PS4's lead system architect Mark Cerny has stated that the PS4's launch titles are "going to be stronger than any prior PlayStation hardware." Cerny cites similarities between the architecture of the PS4 and a PC as the catalyst behind the strong launch lineup.
The reasoning being that it takes much less time to port a game between two platforms with similar system architecture, as is apparently the case with the PS4 and PC, than it does when the platforms have very different 'guts,' so to speak, which was the case with the PS3 and PC.
So what's your reaction? Is this a sincere statement about a console with a very promising release? Or is it just a bunch of buzz words?