Nintendo and Sony have moved first, announcing moves to make their respective consoles more like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The news came from Sony’s announcement of a new PlayStation 4, the PlayStation Vita, and the Sony PlayStation Network.

The new consoles are designed to work with PlayStation 4 games, but with new features that include PlayStation Move, which allows players to walk around with the system and move it in a virtual space.

The PS4 also supports Sony’s own motion controllers, which can be worn like PlayStation Move.

The Xbox One will also support PlayStation Move and the PlayStation Network, though the move won’t be able to connect to Xbox One games, and you’ll still have to play them from the PC. 

On the Xbox One, you can play games that are released for the Xbox 360, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X, which will all be released this year.

The console is also expected to have a slew of new features, including a redesigned dashboard and enhanced audio and video. 

“PlayStation Move is a new way to connect with friends and family with the power of our new Xbox One,” said Kenichiro Toyoda, president of Sony Computer Entertainment America.

“With our new PS4, we will continue to bring the best of our technology and games to new audiences with the new power of the Xbox platform.” 

As for what the new consoles will look like, the Xbox announced its plans with an early look at its new dashboard.

The company showed off an overview of its new platform, including its new home screen, home and cloud services, and new entertainment and entertainment apps.

Sony also showed off the PlayStation app for PlayStation 4.

The PlayStation 4 is expected to launch in early 2017.