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- "Suspend mode" eliminates the load time on your saved game and allows you to immediately return to where you left off by pressing the power button.
- Enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a platform that is tuned specifically to their needs.
- Engage in endless personal challenges between you and your community, and share your epic moments for the world to see.
- Gamers can share their epic triumphs by hitting the "SHARE button" on the controller, scan through the last few minutes of gameplay, tag it and return to the game.
- With PS Vita, gamers will be able to seamlessly play PS4 games on the beautiful 5-inch display over Wi-Fi in a local environment
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|PlayStation 4 500GB Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Bundle||PlayStation 4 1TB Console - Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Limited Edition Bundle||PlayStation 4 500GB Console - Star Wars Battlefront Bundle||PlayStation 4 500GB Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront Console|
|Hard Drive Size||500GB||1TB||500GB||500GB|
|Game(s) Included||Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (Physical Disc)||Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Physical Disc) and Nuk3town Bonus Map (Digital Download Code)||Star Wars Battlefront (Digital Download Code) and 4 Star Wars Classics (Digital Download Code)||Star Wars Battlefront Deluxe Edition (Physical Disc) and 4 Star Wars Classics (Digital Download Code)|
|Console Edition||Standard Black Console||Limited Edition Skinned Call of Duty Console||Standard Black Console||Limited Edition Skinned Darth Vader Console|
|Accessories Included||1 DualShock 4 Controller + AC Power Cable + HDMI Cable + USB 2.0 Cable + Mono Wired Headset||1 Limited Edtion Call of Duty DualShock 4 Controller + AC Power Cable + HDMI Cable + USB 2.0 Cable + Mono Wired Headset||1 DualShock 4 Controller + AC Power Cable + HDMI Cable + USB 2.0 Cable + Mono Wired Headset||1 Limited Edtion Star Wars DualShock 4 Controller + AC Power Cable + HDMI Cable + USB 2.0 Cable + Mono Wired Headset|
|Release Date||October 9, 2015||November 6, 2015||November 17, 2015||November 17, 2015|
Top Customer Reviews
I consider the PS 3 to be, perhaps, the most perfect entertainment device ever conceived. Sony's ad campaign from a couple of years ago was "It Only Does Everything" and that was pretty much truth in advertising. I used the PS3 as a multimedia hub for my household. A fully functional and updateable Blu-Ray player, with excellent DVD upscaling, and an unrivaled streaming device for Netflix, Amazon Video, Vudu, Hulu, PlayOn and others. A CD player as well, for rare occasions when a playing a physical disc was required. With the addition of a $20 bluetooth remote, this device was the seamless center of my home entertainment system. I expected the vaunted next generation console to possess the same functionality. Strangely this did not happen. While technically, the PS 4 can still do most of those things, it does so quite unspectacularly and with an interface so clunky that I have been forced to leave my PS3 connected.
The central problem is that, more than a year after launch, there is still no replacement for the Bluetooth remote control. All media functions must be run using the game controller, which already has poor battery life and provides less than intuitive playback controls. The only remotes available are third party and basically do not work at all.Read more ›
Runs pretty silently. You can barely hear the fan, mostly when it's starting up.
Very fast processor. I love playing NFS Rivals and Call of Duty AW on this.
COD looks so good!
The new controller has less battery life but feels pretty sweet in your hands.
It allows you to connect any wired headset with a 3.5MM jack.
1. Being required to get PSN+ membership.
2. Your regular bluetooth headsets are not allowed to connect to the console.
The console will be able to connect but you will get an error saying to the effect of: "This brand of headset is not allowed"
Only Sony authorized brands are allowed to connect.
Having said all of this I still wouldn't buy an Xbox because of my past experience with that product.
Cost = PS4
If you can get your hands on an actual retail copy and not a bootleg copy by someone whose trying to make a 300% profit then the PS4 is $100 cheaper with more bang for your buck based on the specs alone.
Cosmetics = PS4
The PS4 is a better sleeker console that is actually pretty quiet and designed for the 21st century. Compared to the xbox one that is the size Of a VCR or VCR/DVD combo. It's huge!
Video Quality = PS4
Slight advantage goes to the PS4. Although they both run on AMD Radeon GPU's. PS4 pushes out 176gb/s of memory compared to 64 from xbox one, as well as a peak shader throughput of 1.84 teraflops compared to xbox one 1.33. Both support native 1080p with 4K support.
Ram = PS4
PS4 has 8GB GDDR5 5500MHz (176GB/s)
Xbox one has 8GB DDR3 2133MHz (68GB/s)
The numbers speak for themselves. PS4 by a landslide.
Optical Drive = Tie.
Both have Blu-Ray drives.
Storage = Tie
Both come with 500GB Hard Drives.
Internet connectivity = Tie
Both have Ethernet ports as well as built in wifi setup with no need to purchase a separate adapter.
Controller = Xbox One
Although the PS4 has made some strides in developing a better controller, it comes with a built in speaker in the center of the controller as well as a touchpad but for those of you who has had a sony in the past that are use to pressing pause in the middle of the controller it will take getting some use to. The Xbox one controller feels way better then the 360 controller that has grip pads on the sticks as well as a more ergonomic design and better feel overall.Read more ›
Like most of you who might be reading this review, considering this purchase or perhaps even wondering whether the next gen is worth the investment at all; I wondered if the Xbox One or the PS4 was a better choice. Aside from the price of games and peripherals, to get both is a $900 investment. That's $900 better spent on just one console, accessories, and a healthy load of games. So, I decided I needed to go with just one. But which one?
The reality is, both are so very similar in a lot of ways; so the PS4's aggressive $100 price undercut makes it very appealing. But there are a few other things that make the PS4 stand out. For one, the controller is fantastic. And this is coming from an Xbox Fanboy! While, like any good gamer, I was glued to the PS1 and it's incredibly new controllers, disc based games and incredible, epic RPG's. And then the PS2 after that. But then, after some time, came along the XBox. With a controller that just made so much more sense. Offset sticks meant that almost every game was better with the XBox controller. So, trust me when I say, it's hard for me to own up and say that the PlayStation has a better controller. It's just great. Ergonomic, features that make sense, great weight and feel; and even decent battery life (though it could be better). Pricing for the controllers is very steep; but it is for the XBox One as well; so that's moot.
Finally, the games. Both have their share of First-Person shooters that I'll never own. I'm a PC gamer. In fact, my LAST console that I owned was that original XBox. I skipped the PS3/Xbox 360 generation entirely. With Steam, lower priced games, better graphics; and I can STILL use those exact same controllers; well- why not go with PC?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I definitely love my PS4. The pay-to-play online with PS Plus was a little disappointing, but at least they give you a decent list of games throughout the year. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Bennigans
I love my PS4, so I bought this second one as a gift for my brother, and they both work perfectly.Published 20 hours ago by Amazon Customer
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I've been wanting a PS4 for years and I finally got it. The price was great. And it didn't come with all those extra games that I didn't want. Just the console and a controller. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Myles Turner
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