Agreed. I think this is why (to many) the PS4 and Xbox One don't really feel like next-gen consoles. They're really an extension of the PS3 and Xbox 360, primarily because support for those systems is still going very strong. For me, I can honestly say my experience from N64 -> PS2 -> Xbox 360 was incredibly different each time, whereas my PS4 experience is not all that different from my 360. I wouldn't mind a bit more diversity in games, but I'm not really looking for a radically different experience anymore. In fact, all I really want is more time to game.