Oddly enough, it seems like the Xbox One isn’t the only thing that the PS4 has to worry about, as it is also facing competition from its own older sister, the PS3, especially when it comes to titles that will be released for both consoles. Additionally, the advancements that happened between the PS3 and the PS4 is not that pronounced, owing to the fact that the PS3 is a very powerful machine and we are starting to see the graphical improvements level off, so it’s going to be a tougher battle than the one that occurred between the PS3 and PS2 (which still had releases well into the peak of the PS3’s lifespan).
In the case of the upcoming reboot of Strider, the main difference will be the price, the medium, the bonuses content and the quality of visuals.
The PS3 version of Strider comes with a bonus video and download codes for PSone Classics versions of the original Strider and Strider 2, the latter of which hit PSone in 1999. On PS3 it’s priced at ¥3,990 ($40) in stores/on PSN. The PlayStation 4 version doesn’t pack all those goodies, but the ¥2,000 ($20) PSN-only release will be in 1080p at 60 frames per second.