Sony’s been uncharacteristically receptive to consumer feedback over the past year or so, responding to criticisms pointed at the PlayStation 4 with real urgency. And now it wants your help to make its next-gen console even better, with the re-launched PlayStation Blog Share tool open to your best ideas.

Regular readers may recall this feature on the PlayStation 3, but now it’s been rebooted with the platform holder’s flagship format specifically in mind. Current popular suggestions include the ability to delete Trophy data for games stuck at zero per cent, the option to change PlayStation Network usernames, and the addition of an application for YouTube.

While there’s no guarantee that your particular proposal will get implemented, the Japanese giant insists that it regularly peruses the ideas of users in order to aid internal decisions. “[This is] a public resource and reference point that helps internal SCEA employees survey interest and trends across various topics both large and small,” the page explains.

Don’t worry if you don’t have any specific suggestions, as you can still vote and comment on the ideas of others in order to make your voice heard. Personally, we reckon that this submission for the ability to pause and prioritise downloads deserves more heat, but which features are most important to you? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

[via share.blog.us.playstation.com]