In case potential customers weren't absolutely sure about Sony's newest console's super charged gaming prowess, a Japanese store has likened the power gap between the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 to Dragon Ball Z villain Frieza's first and final forms.
Spotted by Twitter user Kurage, we reckon that the sign is a brilliant way to describe the incredibly fast-selling machine – at least to those who are familiar with Akira Toriyama's action packed creation. The billboard also goes on to liken the PS4's numerous features to the deadly alien's various techniques, stating that because the console has 16 times as much memory as the PS3, "16 Death Beams can be used simultaneously". Well, that's one way to look at it, we suppose. Has this thoughtful shopkeeper finally explained the next-gen black box to you in a way that you can understand? Sign up to our very own Ginyu Force in the comments section below.