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PS4 is the way to go

Updated on July 7, 2016


Sony has been around for a long time and I do not think they are going anywhere, anytime soon. This page is all about their newest console that was released in 2013 which is called the PlayStation 4. Now you may think that a three year span is nothing new but in terms on consoles, they usually wait over ten years to release something new.

During this review of the PlayStation 4, I will discuss what the PlayStation 4 is, some specs on it, what kind of games come only to PlayStation 4, what kind of accessories can be bought for it, and what kind of features are on the system itself. I will try to not be too biased on this review, but no promises are being made! Sorry :0

To start off, the PlayStation 4 (PS4) was released in November of 2013 in North America after seven years of the PlayStation 3 being on the market. There is cloud storage available for the PS4 so you can save your data without the hard drive itself, which is nice. There are many different games out there for all different kinds of platforms. Some games are cross compatible and others are console or platform specific. There are many accessories for the PS4 that make it so much more fun than it already is. When you first turn on the PS4, there are the standard setup options that everyone has to go through to start using it.

There is a new operating system for the PlayStation 4 that is called the PlayStation Dynamic Menu. This helps the users can easily switch from one things to another without closing the app all together. It is nice because you can even play music in the background while playing a game at the same time. When you are done with the music or the game you just have to close the application and that is the end of it. Depending on the package you want to get the price of the PS4 can range from $299.99 to $599.99.There are many accessories for the PS4 that make it so much more fun than it already is. The gaming system comes with a controller called DualShock4 and a charging cord for it. They are wireless controllers and are rechargeable for convenience.

The PS4 is my gaming device of choice and I think you guys have enough information now to decide if you want to get one or not, you will not regret it! Some data used on this page was found on this web page for accuracy only.


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