My friends, I do not speak of the actual console hardware, I speak of the game price.
Example... a pc game is £29.99 in the UK. The Xbox360 version is £39.99. The Xbox One Version is £49.99.
This seems to be the pattern that has formed. While this is obviously a cash grab with no reason to raise the price other than "because money, give". Do you think in the grand scheme of things this will be heavily counterproductive to getting people on these consoles? (the PS4/Xbox).
Unlike last generations, games on a mass scale (almost all of them) are being co-produced in tandem for last generation as well as this new generation. This could perhaps continue for many years to come.
As an average Joe I think "fuck that" might just be the response to the asking price.
Also, given how they wish to push the price point up, will this negatively impact the PC? It seems it's already happening.