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Dobrynya Shiryaev
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Should I Buy A Ps4


Sony dropping support for the console is a sign that you shouldn't buy it. A discontinued console will soon stop receiving games, and Sony likely won't offer hardware support for it much longer either.




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If you want to play a lot of titles that are only available on PS4 and you don't have another game console, then the PS4 still has a bit of worth. The PS4 Pro is more future-proofed, but since its price is close to a PS5, we'd recommend sticking to a PS4 Slim if you do buy a PS4. If you can find a refurbished model from a trusted source, or a gently used model from a responsible owner, you should be able to find one for a reasonable price. We wouldn't recommend paying more than $200 for a PS4 in 2023.


The PS4 is still pretty capable, even almost nine years after its debut. If you still own one and it's working well enough, then you're good to go. But if you don't have it, then maybe these reasons should help you decide.


Interested in trying out a game you don't own, and a friend's online playing right now? You're able to take over that game (should they allow you) and try it out for yourself. Pretty neat, right? Or how about this scenario: you're stuck at a tough boss fight, and need Aunt Melinda to jump in and save the day. SharePlay enables all of that, and it's something that only the PlayStation 4 can do.


Its tiled interface perhaps isn't as slick as other the UI on other game consoles, but it's information rich, flagging things like the latest Xbox Game Pass games. And thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming, you can now stream games from the cloud to the Xbox One providing your internet connection is fast enough. There's also Amazon Alexa voice control should you wish to shout commands at your console.


That said, Sony is working on a PS5 VR headset with an updated controller similar to the Oculus Touch, and it should connect using only one cable. Everything about it will be much better than the old PSVR, featuring an improved display and more advanced tracking.


The overall design of your PS4 console probably shouldn't be a final purchase decision, but it's certainly something to consider. When Sony thinks a game will be hugely popular when it comes out, you can usually find a Limited Edition version of the console right behind it. There are also some cool classic designs such as a PS4 themed like the original PlayStation or a bright blue version with the iconic button layout across the side.


However, if you're only looking for a home console and willing to make your budget stretch a little, maybe you should consider the Xbox Series S. It can be found at under 200 / $250 these days, so not far off a second-hand Xbox One or PS4, and is compatible with all the latest next-gen games.


@Heavyarms55 lol - you may be right, I guess it's about supply / demand - and I guess the first priority of creating a new console, shouldn't be making it more expensive in order for it to play 10+ year-old games - I suspect they can't justify costs vs demand... I suspect the amount of people buying a PS5 to play PS3 games is quite small... and if the PS5 IS going to be 450ish (I'm really hoping for 400 with the disc drive) - then making it MORE expensive just to play PS3 games - makes zero commercial sense... :/ (and makes it even larger - from the reports, it's going to be higher than my cat tower and that's almost to the ceiling!)xD


... Control its absolutely NOT a free upgrade and should be changed on here.. You have to buy the game AGAIN even if you bought the original deluxe edition.. Please don't whitewash this anti - consumer practice just for more coin...


Should "Control" really be on this list? "Free unless you pay"? Doesn't sound right. Maybe it should simply be listed as "Control Ultimate edition" instead, since the none ultimate doesn't offer a free upgrade


O thats good ive been wondering how i should buy outriders because i have ps5 and frends still on ps4. So if i get ps5 version i cant lend the game to them. Ill go for ps4 version and ill play the free upgrade and let em borrow it whenever i feel like. Digital is hard since you can only share with one friend.


The PS4 vs PS4 Pro comparison is more about whether the current owners of the original PS4 console should upgrade to the PS4 Pro, rather than helping you decide whether you should buy the original version of the PlayStation 4 console or the PlayStation 4 Pro.


Outside of some extras that might come with some of the 1 TB system bundles, both the 500 GB and 1 TB consoles come with the same basic accessories to get you going. So what can help you figure out if you should spend the extra money for the 1 TB version? To answer that question you need to think about how the PlayStation 4 will be used by yourself, or the person you are buying it for.


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Featuring an older, guilt-riddled Kratos as he escorts his son to a mountain of great importance, God of War shifts the perspective to over-the-shoulder and makes things a little less chaotic and more tactical. All set in one incredible long shot, God of War is a game about fatherhood and, perhaps most surprisingly of all, love.


Additionally, this also indicates that if you want to buy the game digitally, you'll be doing so at a significant markup over retail prices - which is really unfortunate. Digital games should be universally cheaper than physical versions because, with a digital game, technically you don't "own" the game but own a license to it, and even though Steam allegedly has safeguards in place to prevent people losing those games if Valve ever goes under, this is still a looser definition of ownership than having a physical copy.


The PS5 has officially hit the stores and is available for purchase all over the world. It is currently the most powerful PlayStation and the excitement around it is through the roof. If you are unsure whether you should buy the PS5 or stick to the PS4, this piece is for you.


Even if you're excited about the next wave of console games, signs are pointing in flashing red neon to wait. You could -- and probably should -- wait until next year to enjoy the fruits that these consoles will hopefully bring.


$249.95 from AmazonPS4 Exclusives are arguably bigger and better than those on Xbox. Yes, Microsoft is catching up, but if you are looking for a big catalog of great games -- especially single-player games, then you should consider the PS4.


Are you considering replacing PS4 hard drive with an SSD? If so, you should read this post, in which MiniTool explains whether it is worth upgrading to PS4 SSD and recommends 4 suitable SSDs to you. In addition, it also shows you how to replace PS4 hard drive without data loss and how to dispose the old PS4 hard drive.


Step 5: Install the PS4 system software on the new internal hard drive. To do that, you should download the system software to a USB drive, and then enter PS4 Safe Mode to initialize PS4 SSD. After that, plug the USB drive and update PS4 system.


Step 6: Restore data from the drive that contains the backed up data. To do that, you should connect the backup drive to the PS4 and navigate to Back Up and Restore again to choose Restore PS4 option. Then, select the backup file to restore.


Our in-depth PS5 Disc vs Digital comparison is here to help you determine which of Sony\u2019s two console models you should buy. Here\u2019s a quick heads up, though \u2013 you shouldn\u2019t buy the PS5 Digital Edition, even though it\u2019s cheaper.


\uD83C\uDFC6 Overall winner: PS5 Disc. Yes, the PS5 Digital is $100 cheaper, but you\u2019re getting better value if you pay the premium for the PS5 Disc model. Not only do you get a 4K Blu-ray player, a nice option should you ever need it, but physical games tend to be cheaper than digital \u2013 and that continues to be the case. PS4 owners with a lot of physical games will also want to opt for the PlayStation 5 with the disc drive, as they\u2019ll be glorified coasters if you go for the PS5 Digital Edition. \uD83C\uDFC6


By the way, the PS4 controller lifespan can be 3-7 years depending on how often you use it. After several years, its battery life might start to decline. If you expect to extend the PS4 controller lifespan, you should not use fast-charging cords. After using the controller, please put it in a safe place to avoid sudden shock.


As mentioned, your PS4 will produce heat while running. If it gets overheating frequently, your hardware might be damaged one day. Therefore, the first thing you should do to extend your PS4 lifespan is to prevent overheating. And here are some tips for you:


You should wait patiently until the reinstalling process is finished. If you encounter problems while installing the system, please check whether the folder and file names are correct and make sure the USB drive has been connected properly.


Are you asking yourself whether you should buy a PlayStation 4 in 2020 at all? Or should you wait until November/December and get straight into the next console generation with the PS5. We'll tell you why the PS4 is still worth buying in 2020.


However, the PlayStation 5 will be backward compatible: At the start, the 100 most important PS4 games will be playable on the new console, more will be added gradually. The PlayStation 5 will be different: it will take at least a year before there are more than a handful of absolute highlights. Then the price of the new console should already have dropped. It's worth waiting if you don't want to play the latest game highlights right away. 041b061a72


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