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PS3 250 GB Black Friday 2012 Bundle
- The new 250GB PlayStation 3 System, with a built in Blu-Ray player, can hold over to 1800 Games, 140 Movies, 99,000 Songs, and 40,000 photos.
- The PlayStation 3 system includes a free PlayStation Network membership for online gaming, streaming movies and music, and access to the PlayStation Store.
- Save over $115 with the PlayStation 3 Black Friday Bundle including a 250GB PS3 System, the Uncharted Dual Pack, and the Infamous Collection.
- With over 200 Game of the Year Awards, the UNCHARTED Greatest Hits Dual Pack features two of the best games ever made.
- Experience the Legend of Cole MacGrath with the inFAMOUS Collection.
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With over 200 Game of the Year Awards, the UNCHARTED Greatest Hits Dual Pack features two of the best games ever made. Play as modern-day fortune hunter, Nathan Drake on two breathtaking adventures and experience why UNCHARTED is the closest you’ll ever get to “playing” a blockbuster action movie.
Experience the Legend of Cole MacGrath with the inFAMOUS Collection. Play an accidental hero granted with extraordinary abilities. Will you defeat the evil that awaits, or bring about world destruction?
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I've been a PS3 owner ever since the 60GB Classic became available in 2007 and I've been impressed with the PS3's reliability, versatility and its sheer power - I've owned both Classic and Slim models, upgraded most, gave away a couple. In the end one's choice for a gaming console is a matter of personal taste and preference but the PS3 is by far the more popular 'gaming' or 'entertainment' implement in our household. And we do own an Xbox.
I am buying this one (on the waiting list and hoping to get lucky) as a Christmas gift for a kid whose old PS3 classic seems to be about to give up and I know will enjoy playing inFAMOUS and the Uncharted.
Here's a quick FAQ I put together on the new super-slim model.
Q: Why should I buy a PS3 at all? What's it good for?
A: With a PS3 you can play disc-based or downloaded games and this includes no-fee support for multiplayer, play Blu-ray, DVD movies or stream, rent or download movies or your own videos, play CDs or upload and play your own music, upload and display your photos, listen to Internet radio stations, access an ever-increasing number of Internet services such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Music Unlimited, browse the Web, play content off DLNA-compatible computers, laptops, media servers or network-attached storage (NAS) or allow your computers to play content stored on your PS3, integrate with your PSP or Vita portable consoles.
Q: In what ways is the new PS3 different from the current models?Read more ›
There are some quirks with this bundle though, that may make it slightly less attractive to some. First, the slimmer PS3 is arguably a worse design then the previous one. While Sony probably saves quite a bit on manufacturing the new version and it results in a smaller, lighter, and more power efficient package, it does result in somewhat of a cheaper feel. The sliding door to load discs is also less attractive then the previous slot loading versions; while the door slides to the left instead of flipping up top like the old PS2, it does make it a little more awkward to load discs for those that put their consoles in their home theater cabinets or shelves. It's more of an annoyance and inconvenience, but something to keep in mind.
The second quirk is that the bundled games come in paper sleeves. I have uploaded images of the games to show how they are packaged. This might not be a big deal for many who just feel a game is a game as long as the discs are the same, but this adds another inconvenience for those who store their games neatly on their shelves, or are looking at possibly trading or reselling the games. Cases just look better.Read more ›
Also, I really don't like this clunky new CD door tray slider thing. Wow! It's soooo cumbersome. I challenge anyone to remove a disk from this machine without getting finger prints all over the disk or touching the laser lens. Lame. And it loads loudly. Play a game and every few minutes you hear "wreeet wruuu, whreeet roooo". Super lame sauce... Its probably struggling to read the disk I couldn't avoid getting finger prints on.
Long story short, I'd buy it again. Even knowing the DLC is expired. There are 4 great games in here. Granted they can all be had for less then 40$... But its still the best value IMHO. I wish you could buy just the console...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received my product in amazing condition. Everything that was supposed to be included was in the box. The game system itself was in excellent condition.Published 4 months ago by Chartel Amos
Still using this thing everyday and my kids use it. And my nephews. And have been using it since it was brand new years ago. Playstaion you guys are awesome. Read morePublished 7 months ago by calirob1129