Aside from the price, the most noticeable, maligned aspect about the PlayStation 3 when it first launched was how big it was, closely followed by how similar to a George Foreman grill it looked. This time around, Microsoft’s next-gen console is absolutely enormous, so much so that it appears the console will not have a vertical orientation like the Xbox 360. Since Sony’s PS4 didn’t have to be small to compete with the Xbox One’s size, would Sony at least learn from their last-gen mistake, and make the PS4 more manageable on a shelf? IGN UK got ahold of a PS4 and make a quick video comparing the size of the PS4 to a host of objects, such as other game consoles, toys, a computer named after a fruit dessert, and a real fruit.We already knew the PS3 would be significantly smaller than the PS4, but thanks to IGN, we now know how it compares other objects you might have locked away in an attic. As you can see, while the PlayStation 4 isn’t exactly tiny, it’s actually smaller than the PS3 Slim in terms of height (or length, depending on the console’s orientation), and is about the size of the Xbox 360. Of course, if you happen to have a Sega Mega Drive, some action figures, and sports equipment, you can do your own size comparisons when the PS4 launches sometime this holiday season. If you’re a console polygamist, then you’ll probably need to build yourself another shelf if you want to fit your PS4 and Xbox One in the same room, though.