There are already good answers from several perspectives regarding the "hardness" of $PSPACE$-complete problems, such as this: What is practical difference between NP and PSPACE-complete?
But what are the practical implications when we actually try to solve (decide) a $PSPACE$-complete problem on a deterministic Turing machine? If $PSPACE \neq NP$ (or $PSPACE \neq P$, should it make a difference) then obviously it will take super-polynomial (exponential?) time. But what about space? Is there some $k>1$ that we know of such that it will definitely take $\Omega(n^k)$ space? And do we know for sure that it won't take more than $O(n^l)$ space for some $l$?
(Or is the question itself stated badly for some reason?)