Sony are currently canvassing PlayStation owners about what they'd like to see from the PS4 -- and the PS3 and Vita to some extent -- in terms of new features. Some of which are potentially rather exciting if they make the jump from brainstorming to firmware updates.
The survey, brought to light by VGXNetwork, contains some exciting tidbits that might give us an insight into Sony's roadmap. It asks gamers whether they'd like to see a reputation system on the PlayStation Network, designed to weed out griefers and trolls from the online community, perhaps functioning much like Xbox One's revamped safeguards (and almost certainly working better than the Xbox 360's broken attempt).
Other potential features include the ability to change usernames, remain 'invisible' while signed in and synchronise messages across all platforms. Increasing party chat to more than eight simultaneous players was also suggested, though this could potentially become a bit confusing.
The PS Vita and PS3 also received some attention, as the questionnaire inquired whether gamers would like to "chat across all PlayStation platforms."
In the spirit of feedback, constructive criticism and getting a discussion going, let's weigh in on this. What do YOU want from PlayStation, both in terms of features and improvements? I'll post the questionnaire below as a starting point, so let us know in the comments!